Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal

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The Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal is an American law journal which publishes articles in the field of labor and employment law.

The journal was founded as the Hofstra Labor Law Journal in 1982. It publishes articles on labor law and employment relations, covering issues such as the National Labor Relations Act, employment discrimination, termination, sexual harassment, the Americans With Disabilities Act, work for hire, whistleblower and retaliatory discharge, workplace and union governance, dispute resolution and other topics.

The target audience for the journal comprises legal scholars, practicing attorneys, and students.

The journal is published two times a year by the Hofstra University School of Law.

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