Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Call for Papers for American University Law Labor and Employment Law Forum

ConfLauren Khouri, Senior Content Editor of the American University Labor & Employment Law Forum writes to tell us that the Forum is issuing a paper call. The paper call is attached here.

Here are som details of the paper call:

The Labor & Employment Law Forum is seeking articles for publication on the following topics:

1) Employee Benefits, including:
• The effects of ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’ repeal;
• The possible Defense of Marriage Act (“DOMA”) repeal;
• The ramifications of the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act;

2) Politicization of the labor movement, including:
• Occupy Wall Street;
• The impact of the Citizen’s United decision on the Labor Movement;
• The continuing attack on Public Sector workers;
• Community organizing and the labor community

3) Paid Sick Days, including:
• The national paid sick day movement
• The effect of paid sick leave on women and children

PS

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/laborprof_blog/2012/02/call-for-papers-for-american-university-law-labor-and-employment-law-forum.html

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