Friday, May 28, 2010
I'm on the last day of the Americas conference of the International Society of Labor and Social Security Law. The conference is heavily dominated by Latin American countries. From the United States, there's only Steve Willborn, Carmelo Mesa-Lago, and me; from Canada, there's only Jeffrey Sack. There are about 450 delegates from the rest of the Americas. Steve, Jefff, and I have been talking a good bit about how we can attract more American scholars to ISLSSL, and to international/comparative labor/employment law generally. I'll be floating some ideas on this blog over the next several weeks.