Dr Wanjiru Njoya (LLB, LLM, PhD) is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Exeter, where she teaches European Union law and corporate law. She was previously appointed to the law faculties of the University of Oxford, London School of Economics, and Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada. She is the author of Economic Freedom and Social Justice: The Classical Ideal of Equality in Contexts of Racial Diversity (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021). The book argues that equality law must have regard to individual liberty, fundamental human freedoms and the broader welfare of society. She has published widely in the field of employment law and industrial relations with recent work including ‘The Acceptable Face of Capitalism: Law, Corporations and Economic Wellbeing’ (2018) King’s Law Journal, Vol 29(1), 142. Her paper entitled ‘Contractual Freedom and Private Ordering in the On-Demand Economy’ was selected for the 16th Annual Symposium of the Journal of Law, Economics & Policy: The Changing Nature of Work and the Economics of Employment in the 21st Century, George Mason University, November 2019.