Dr Wanjiru Njoya

Senior Lecturer

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Dr Njoya teaches Employment Law and Company Law. Her research interests lie in the interface between both fields, exploring the interactions between labour and capital in modern market economies.

Key publications include 'The contract of employment, corporate law and labour income' in Mark Freedland (General Editor) The Contract of Employment (Oxford University Press, 2016) and (with Alice Carse) 'Labour law as the law of the business enterprise' in Alan Bogg et al (eds) The Autonomy of Labour Law (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2015).


LLB (Nairobi) LLM (Hull) PhD (Cantab) MA (Oxon)

Rhodes Scholar (St Edmund's College, Cambridge, and Kenya, 1998)

Supernumerary Teaching Fellow, St John's College, Oxford, 2005-2007

Member of the Divertimentals, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 2014-2017