This is a very readable account of the law on disability discrimination and litigation case management. The practical experience of the authors in applying the law shines through the text bridging the gap between dry legal reference books and more popular attempts to describe the employment tribunal system to lay readers. As such it is suitable for legal practitioners, students and lay readers alike. I would strongly recommend to anyone contemplating bringing a disability claim before a tribunal. The book is also well referenced. If I have any criticism it is that the role of ACAS in settling claims needs to be brought out. The introduction of fees, and the convoluted process of applying for exemption, has seen a massive downturn in individual claims and it is not the authors' fault that this has followed their writing of the book but financial support for (potential) claimants is another matter that needs to be addressed. This is still the best book I've read putting together the law with employment tribunal practice.