The Labour Law Research Network was set up in 2011 by research institutes/centers from all over the world dedicated to the study of labour law. Our goal is to advance research in labour law, and specifically to facilitate the dissemination of research work and encourage open discussion of scholarship and ideas in this field.
Additional research centers are welcome to join the Network if they are associated with a University, involve a group of researchers and engage to a large extent with labour law research. Non-University centers are also welcome to join if they can satisfy the Network that they carry out independent research activities.
The Network is open to all scholars interested in the study of labour law, whether affiliated with a research center or not. All scholars associated with a University (whether full-time or not, and including doctoral candidates) and interested in labour law are welcome to join. We define labour law broadly, including all aspects of law and policy pertaining to the regulation of work.
There is no formal membership for individual scholars, simply join the mailing list to receive updates.
We strive to be inclusive and to reach scholars from all parts of the world. We are committed to gender equality and hope to avoid the reproduction of hierarchies among our members.