About me

Dr Krzystof Boroch


Dr Krzystof Boroch  

Dr Krzysztof Boroch specialises in EU law and UK employment law. His main area of research concerns EU and UK family-friendly laws and their contribution to assisting working parents with making genuine work-life choices. He completed his PhD, entitled 'A Comparative Legal Analysis of the Implementation of the 1996 Parental Leave Directive in the UK and Poland: 1983-2010' at London Metropolitan University. His thesis was examined by Professor Grace James and Dr Eugenia Caracciolo di Torella, highly regarded and published academics in the field.

 

He teaches on various undergraduate and postgraduate law modules which include Business Law, Employment Law, Consumer Protection Law, EU law and Competition Law. He is committed to providing students with the supportive and highly stimulating learning environment which responds to their individual learning needs and enables them to achieve their full potential in order to become business-ready graduates.

Boroch designed and successfully delivered various business law modules for the Guildhall School of Business and Law. Prior to joining our School  in 2004 he lectured in law at other UK universities and leading private sector HE institutions which offer postgraduate professional law courses. He has also worked as a legal researcher for RBI-UK, LexisNexis UK and Michael Rubenstein Publishing.

 

  • Boroch, K. (2011) 'A Comparative Legal Analysis of the Implementation of the 1996 Parental Leave Directive in the UK and Poland: 1983-2010', Google Books.

Krzystof Boroch
Senior Lecturer in Law 
k.boroch@londonmet.ac.uk