The first issue of the Nordic Journal of Labour Law has been published. Nordic Journal of Labour Law is an open access peer reviewed journal, and the first issue comprises of the following articles:

The HSI Institute for labour and social security law (Frankfurt a. M.) recently published a book on “Artificial Intelligence and Labour Law” by Prof. Bernd Waas.


The book is part of the project “Restatement of Labour Law in Europe”, which aims to carve out the structures of national regulations and to identify similarities and differences in a Europe-wide view.

Call for applications for the 2023 Thesis Award of the Anthony Mainguené Foundation - International Research Chair in Comparative Studies on Occupational Health (CIECST)

Inscribing Solidarity: Debates in Labor Law and Beyond
Edited by Julia López López (Pompeu Fabra University)
published by Cambridge University Press on open access

'Landmark Cases in Labour Law', co-edited by Jeremias Adams-Prassl, Alan Bogg and ACL Davies was published by Bloomsbury Press on 15 December 2022.

Life and Work in Balance: Legal responses to working life in times of change and crisis

The book Manfred Weiss. A Legal Scholar without Borders. Selected Writings and Some Reflections on the Future of Labour Law (ADAPT University Press, 2022) is intended to acknowledge Manfred Weiss’ contribution to labour law. Prof.

While the traditional model of labour law faces challenges the world over, it is now well recognised that the challenges in developing economies are of a different nature and order of magnitude.