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Snigdha Nag

Senior Lecturer

The City Law School, Professional Programmes

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GIP206, The City Law School

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City, University of London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Overview

Snigdha teaches Civil Litigation, Civil Advocacy, Drafting and Employment Law. She has experience of teaching Alternative Dispute Resolution, Opinion Writing, Conference skills, Negotiation, Higher Rights training for Solicitors, and soft skills to professionals. She joined The City Law School (formerly the Inns of Court School of Law) in 2001.

Snigdha writes about employment law and contributes to Tolley's Employment Law service. She has appeared on Sky News and BBC World News to comment on employee status and the gig economy.

Snigdha is interested in technology enabled learning, educational technology and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL).

Snigdha is a member of Inner Temple and was called to the Bar in 1997. Having completed a general common law pupillage, she went on to work as an employed Barrister specialising in Housing Law and Employment Law, including representation in the County Court and Employment Tribunals.

Expertise

Geographic Areas

  • Europe

Publications

Chapter

  1. Nag, S. 978-0-190883211-7. In Mcpeake, R. (Ed.), Advocacy (pp. 307–320). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Internet publication

  1. Nag, S. How to get more out of Moodle – Bring Your Own Lunch Webinar September 2017. City, University of London.

Journal articles (6)

  1. Nag, S. (2017). Without access to justice, the law is a dead letter. Solicitors Journal, 161(30), pp. 30–31.
  2. Nag, S. (2017). Questions of Employment Tribunal Procedure. Solicitors Journal, 161(7), pp. 34–35.
  3. Nag, S. (2016). Uber and the "gig" economy. Solicitors Journal, 160(43), pp. 34–35.
  4. Nag, S. (2016). Employment rights: an unseen iceberg in the Brexit debate? Solicitors Journal, 160(23), pp. 15–15.
  5. Nag, S. (2012). Business Clinic - Daily Telegraph 28 February 2012. The Daily Telegraph, 2012(28 February 2012), pp. 8–8.
  6. Nag, S. (2011). Worked up. Solicitors Journal, 155(22), pp. 17–17.

Other Activities

Events/conferences (3)

  1. University of London Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching Symposium 2019. (Workshop) University of East London (2019).
    Paper: Connecting students through In Class Polling
    Author: Nag, S
    Co-authors: Lachkovic, V; Pates, D
    Description: Nag, S; Lachkovic, V; Pates, D; (2019); “Connecting students through In Class Polling”, Learning and Teaching workshop; University of London Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching Symposium 2019; 19 September 2019; [online] Available: http://bit.ly/UEL-CLS-PE
  2. Learning at City Conference. City, University of London (2019).
    Paper: Poster 9 Get those phones out: let’s see what you have learnt so far? Using in class polling in seminars to promote student exam success on a large scale postgraduate law course.
    Author: Lachkovic, V
    Co-authors: Nag, S; Pates, D
    Description: Lachkovic, R; Nag, S; Pates, D; (2019) “Get those phones out: using in class polling on a large scale postgraduate law course”; Conference poster; Learning At City Conference 2019; City, University of London; [online] Available: https://www.city.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/475353/Poster-9-Get-Those-Phones-Out-Learning-At-City-Conference-poster.pdf
  3. Learning At City Conference. (Workshop) City, University of London (2015). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Encouraging Inclusivity And Participation Through Monitored Online In Class Polling
    Author: Kogan, P
    Co-authors: Nag, S; Riley-Poku, M
    Description: Kogan, P; Nag, S & Riley-Poku, M; (2015), "Encouraging Inclusivity And Participation Through Monitored Online In Class Polling“;Conference paper, Learning At City Conference 2015, City University London, [online] Available: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-TeMc91BSRuTTVzdlBhckpDUDg/view

Television programmes (2)

  1. BBC World News. BBC World News Appeared on BBC World News to talk about the Uber drivers strike, employment status and the gig economy
  2. Sky News. Sky News Sky News programme covering the claim by Uber drivers for Worker status. Gig economy workers protest as Uber heads to court to appeal ruling: https://news.sky.com/video/gig-economy-workers-protest-as-uber-heads-to-court-11540398