Due to the uncertain public health situation arising from the spread of the Coronavirus Covid-19 in Italy, the International Conference in commemoration of Prof Marco Biagi Beyond Employment: Protecting Autonomous Work, originally planned in Modena (Italy) for 19-20 March 2020, has now been resch

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we are pleased to invite you to the fifth LLRN conference ‘Celebrating the 10th anniversary of LLRN scholarship’ that will be held in Warsaw, Poland on June 27-29, 2021, hosted by the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw, and co-orga

Associate Professor/Professor in EU Disability Law, UCD Sutherland School of Law, Permanent
Applications are invited for a permanent post of an Associate Professor / Professor in EU Disability Law, UCD Sutherland School of Law, Permanent.

The project Working and Yet Poor (WorkYP) is focused on the increasing social trend of working people at risk or below the poverty line.

Since this academic year (2019-2020) we are offering the advanced master programme Global and European Labour Law (GELL) at Leiden University. It is a rather unique programme completely dedicted to the study of labour law in international, European and comparative context.

TraffLab (ERC) Tel Aviv University has a new call for applications for post-doctoral fellows, and visiting scholars/researchers.

Descriptif du poste
La Faculté de droit et de criminologie de l’ULB ouvre une chaire à temps plein en droit social, en vue
d’enseigner principalement le droit du travail belge, à des publics variés.
Domaine de recherche :
Droit social

The University of Bristol Centre for Law at Work is offering a new LLM in Employment, Work and Equality to begin in the academic year 2020-2021.

The Research Unit in Labour and Social Security Law of the KU Leuven is hiring a postdoctoral researcher to work on a Horizon2020 project on the working poor in Europe.

The Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal​ has recently published two new Dispatches:
Germany - "EU law requires working time recording: Consequences of the ECJ-ruling in the case 'CCOO' for member states and especially Germany" by Thomas Klein and Dominik Leist