Tuesday, October 25, 2011
The following request for faculty information from labor and employment law professors is from both the AALS Section on Labor Relations and Employment Law and the AALS Section from Employment Discrimination Law:
Apologies in advance for crossposting.
We are putting together a joint annual newsletter for the AALS Section on Employment Discrimination and the Section on Labor Relations and Employment Law and we want to enlist the help of readers. First, if you have news of any faculty visits, lateral moves, entry-level hires, or promotions and tenure not included here, please email Peggie at email@example.com.
Second, we want to include a list of your relevant employment or labor law-related publications published in 2011. These can be books, articles, and chapters. Please save any forthcoming entries that will not have a 2011 publication date for next year's newsletter. Please send a list of your 2011 publications to Peggie as well.
Third, we want to solicit anyone who would be interested in writing a brief description of a recent "big" labor and employment case or significant new labor or employment legislation. Your subject could be a Supreme Court decision, but it doesn't have to be—a significant circuit court decision (or emerging circuit split), a state supreme court decision, or an innovative and potentially influential new federal, state, or local law could also be good choices. The description should be pretty short (under 2 pages). If you're looking for an easy way to get your name out there or want a quick outlet for your ruminations about a case or new law, this could be a good opportunity. Please send submissions to Deborah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please send all submissions by November 21, 2011.
Peggie Smith and Deborah Widiss