Bob Hepple Award for Lifetime Achievement in Labour Law

The Labour Law Research Network, representing the global community of labour law scholars, recognizes exceptional and longstanding contributions with the Bob Hepple Award for Lifetime Achievement in Labour Law. The Award was previously called the LLRN Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Labour Law. In 2015, the LLRN Advisory Committee decided to rename the Award in honour of the late Bob Hepple, one of the inaugural recipients of the Award, as a permanent reminder to all labour law colleagues of Bob's towering achievements. It was hoped that the renaming of the Award will in some small, symbolic way, help to ensure that Bob's generous spirit will always be with us.   

Call for Nominations - 2017 Bob Hepple Award for Lifetime Achievement in Labour Law

Nominations are now open for the LLRN Bob Hepple Award for Lifetime Achievement in Labour Law, to be presented at the LLRN3 Conference in Toronto. Nominations can be sent to the Chair of the LLRN Steering Committee, John Howe, via email (j.howe@unimelb.edu.au), and should include reasons for the nomination of not more than 300 words in length. The deadline for nominations is 25 January 2017. The Bob Hepple Award Nomination Committee will then decide on the recipient/s of the Award under the  LLRN Award Guidelines (as approved by the advisory committee in 2013). The Nomination Committee is Professors John Howe (Chair), Takashi Araki, Hugh Collins, Kerry Rittich, and Mia Ronnmar.

LLRN Awards Recipients 2015

 Prof. Silvana Sciarra

See the presentation remarks given by Prof. Mark Freedland (University of Oxford)

 

Prof. Manfred Weiss Prof. Manfred Weiss

See the presentation remarks given by Prof. Nicola Smit (North West University, South Africa)

 

LLRN Awards Recipients 2013


Prof. Bob Hepple (University of Cambridge)

See the presentation remarks given by Prof. Silvanna Sciarra (University of Florence)

 


Prof. Harry Arthurs (Osgoode Hall, York University, Canada).

See the presentation remarks given by Prof. Brian Langille (University of Toronto)