We want to draw your attention to a special co-edited issue of the European Labour Law Journal which we have lead on Covid-19 and the workplace. Through the generosity of Sage Publishing, this special issue is freely available for a short period.

The volume Collective Bargaining in Labour Law Regimes – A Global Approach edited by Professor Ulla Liukkunen (Springer 2019) offers comparative perspectives on collective bargaining regimes and the changes they are undergoing in twenty-one jurisdictions throughout the world.

The sixth edition of Jean Michel Servais, International Labour Law 6th ed is now published - and can be ordered here:

Dear colleagues,

Amicus Curia Workshop on the EPSU Case (European Social Dialogue)
A Meta-dialogue with the Court of Justice
Organized by
Centre Droit, Entrepris et Société, Uclouvain
The School of European Studies, UCLouvain, Louvain-La-Neuve,

Contact details:

Position Title
Senior Lecturer: Labour Law
Post Number
University of the Western Cape -> Law -> Mercantile & Labour Law
Type of Position
Permanent - Full Time

Goethe University’s Labour Law Chair (Prof.

From a workshop held at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, a collection of peer reviewed papers has now been published in (2020) Vol. 17(1) of the International Organizations Law Review.

The COVID-19 pandemic is deeply affecting the world of work across the globe and has created an unprecedented scenario that raises many questions for labour and employment studies.