LSE appeals against discrimination ruling

May 26, 2000

The London School of Economics has lodged an appeal against an employment tribunal ruling that found it guilty of sexual discrimination.

Helen Mercer, a lecturer in business history, accused the school of direct discrimination in denying her a permanent post, and indirect discrimination through the research assessment exercise.

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