June 20, 2012
Recently Published Scholarship: BJELL
Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law, vol. 33 (2012)
- Charles J. Morris, How The National Labor Relations Act Was Stolen and How It Can Be Recovered: Taft-Hartley Revisionism And The National Labor Relations Board's Appointment Process, pg. 1.
- Kati L. Griffith and Tamara L. Lee, Immigration Advocacy As Labor Advocacy, p. 73.
- Arianne Renan Barzilay, Labor Regulation As Family Regulation: Decent Work and Decent Families, p. 119.
- Lauren Gilbert, Immigrant Laws, Obstacle Preemption And The Lost Legacy of McCulloch, p. 153.
- Alana Edelstein-Kopke, When Is Discrimination Wrong? Deborah Hellman. Harvard University Press, 2008, p. 209.
- Caleb Webster, Bargaining With Baseball: Labor Relations In An Age of Prosperous Turmoil. William B. Gould IV. McFarland, 2011., P. 215.
- Lisa Damm, Encountering Religion In The Workplace: The Legal Rights And Responsibilities Of Workers and Employers. Raymond F. Gregory. Cornell University Press, 2011., p. 219.
- Sara Stephens, No Man's Land: Jamaican Guestworkers In America And The History of Deportable Labor. Cindy Hahamovitch. Princeton University Press, 2011., p. 223.
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