Labor Law Journal
The journal publishes articles which cover a wide variety of topics in labor relations, including court decisions, federal and state labor regulations, labor-management relations, equal employment opportunity law and practice, on-the-job safety and health, and employment training.
The target audience for the journal is academics, practicing attorneys, employers, and human resources managers.
The Labor Law Journal was founded in 1949, and is published quarterly by Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory US, formerly Commerce Clearing House, Inc.
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