The Regulating Time network aims to advance interdisciplinary scholarship on the relationship between law and dominant concepts of time. The network is funded for 2 years by the UK's Arts and Humanities Research Council and is a collaboration between the Universities of Kent and York.

The Faculty of Law at Queen’s University invites applications for at least three tenure-stream appointments, to begin no later than July 1, 2016.

This is an invitation to get involved in the International Labour Organization (ILO) project LEGOSH, the first global database on national occupational safety and health legislation.

At the International Training Centre of the ILO (ITCILO) we have opened an on-line database of judicial decisions in which domestic and international courts have relied on international labour standards and the pronouncements of ILO supervisory bodies to resolve the cases brought before them.

A triennial publication of the Social Justice Expertise Center and Brill.

Volume 4, No. 2 May-June 2015

New Frontiers in Empirical Labour Law Research Edited by Amy Ludlow and Alysia Blackham

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Laws Against Strikes - The South African Experience in an International and Comparative Perspective
edited by
Bob Hepple, Rochelle le Roux, Silvana Sciarra

The PhD School in Human Capital Formation and Labour Relations set up by ADAPT and the University of Bergamo, has recently published the new call for applications:

The Yearbook of Comparative Labour Law Scholarship 2014 brings together a wide range of cutting-edge research and analysis on labour and employment law themes from around the world, chosen from the pages of the member journals of the International Association of Labour Law Journals.