New Section in Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal: Dispatches

The Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal recently introduced a new section of the Journal’s website entirely devoted to Dispatches.

A Dispatch is a brief essay, ordinarily not to exceed five printed pages, describing a significant development in national labor law: legislative, judicial, administrative. The importance of the development in domestic context should be explained; the reasons for transnational interest might be suggested.

The aim of this section is to make interesting national developments in labour law and policy known to the global labour law & policy community, with a view of spreading timely and high-quality information on what is going on in our respective jurisdictions and increase the opportunity for comparative analyses.

Proposed Dispatches should be sent for approval to or to the editors of this Journal’s section Sean Cooney ( ) and Valerio De Stefano ( ).

The accepted Dispatches will be posted on the Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal’s website. The titles and authors of Dispatches appearing from one number to the next will be published in the Journal. On a bi-monthly basis, we will also send a message to this mailing list to alert about new Dispatches being published.

We look forward to your contributions on our Dispatches section.