Dear Colleagues,

Labor Tech Research Network (LaborTech) invites submissions for our second annual Book and Graduate Student Paper Awards, and first annual Social Justice Award.

The Social Law Research Institute at CUPL, located in Beijing, is now hiring a temporary guest lecturer who teaches labor law and social securities law courses for the spring/summer semester in the 2023-2024 school year or the fall semester in the 2024-2025 school year.

In memory of Prof. Riccardo Del Punta, we are working on a selection of his writings to be published in the series "Teorie, pratiche, storie del lavoro e dell'idea di ozio", directed by Prof. Giovanni Mari for the Firenze University Press.

The first issue of the Journal of Work Health and Safety Regulation is now available for viewing and downloading on J-Stage

Social Justice and the World of Work: Possible Global Futures
Essays in Honour of Francis Maupain

edited by Brian Langille and Anne Trebilcock

Jo Carby-Hall, Zbigniew Góral, Aneta Tyc (eds.), Discrimination and Employment Law. International Legal Perspectives, London - New York:
Routledge 2023

Book Description

The ILO is seeking candidates to join the ILO Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations (CEACR) and has issued a call for expression of interest which can be found here:

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.