Published the Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference in Commemoration of Prof Marco Biagi, “Labour And Social Rights. An Evolving Scenario”, T. Addabbo, W. Bromwich, T.M. Fabbri, I. Senatori, (eds.) , Marco Biagi Book Series, n. 6, Giappichelli, Torino, 2015.

ADAPT is pleased to deliver the Twitter-based version of the ADAPT International Bulletin that collects the main documentation on labour issues published in the last weeks.

In this issue, seven national, transnational or international “Studies” spanning notably across various region of the globe are proposed: Asia (India), North and South America (Canada and Peru) and Europe (France, Greece, Denmark, Italy and Spain).

There is a full-time academic vacancy in the Faculty of Law at KU Leuven in the area of labour law. We are looking for candidates with an excellent record of research and with educational competence within the field of labour law.

Migrants at Work: Immigration and Vulnerability in Labour Law by Cathryn Costello and Mark Freedland.

EU Law in the Member States - Edited by: Mark Freedland, Jeremias Prassl - is a new series dedicated to exploring the impact of landmark CJEU judgments and secondary legislation in legal systems across the European Union.

Pietro Manzella, Lost in Translation: Language and Cross-national Comparison in Industrial Relations
Andrew Langille, Lost in Transition: The Regulation of Unpaid Labour during the School-to- Labour Market Transition in Ontario

Published new book edited by Monika Schlachter: EU Labour Law - A Commentary

Call for Doctoral Students in order to set up a research group in the field of Comparative Social Law with focus on the ‘Adjudication of Social Rights’.

Hart Publishing has just published a new book edited by Virginia Mantouvalou: The Right to Work: Legal and Philosophical Perspectives