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“A Sensible Radical”: Conversations with Professor Sir Bob Hepple Part 1 - South Africa

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  29 May 2009


As a further contribution to the Squire Law Library Eminent Scholars Archive, Lesley Dingle of the Squire Law Library has been fortunate to interview Emeritus Professor Sir Bob Hepple, an internationally-famous labour lawyer and champion of human rights. Sir Bob's career spans the historic struggle against apartheid, the introduction of anti-racist legislation in the UK, and recent observations on the relationship between labour law and globalisation.1

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Main publication

Hepple, B. 1960. Economic and racial legislation. In: Hahlo, H.R. & Kahn, E.The British Commonwealth: the Development of its Law and Constitutions. Vol.5 The Union of South Africa. Stevens, London, p. 760813.Google Scholar