Saturday, January 9, 2021
We are pleased to present the fi rst issue of the scientific-practical journal Contemporary Labour Law Review, – published by the Center for Contemporary Labour Law. The journal has been launched on 29 November 2019. The launch event, hosted by Tbilisi State University, was attended by the representatives of government and non-governmental sectors working in the field of labour law, judges, legal practitioners, academics and students. The number of attendees at the event and subsequent feedback indicates how great the public interest in the journal has been, which, in turn, obliges us to satisfy the interest of readers and give them the opportunity to read useful information on current and problematic issues of contemporary labour law. We hope that together we will face this important challenge.
Salome Uglava, Victimization as a Mechanism to Protect Employees from Discrimination
Salome Beridze, The Practice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on Labour Disputes (Court’s Explanations About Some
Lado Chanturia, Important Research in Civil Law - Review on the Book by Giorgi Amiranashvili
Andrea Borroni, The Cambridge Handbook of U.S. Labor Law for the Twenty-First Century – A Review
Giorgi Amiranashvili, Review on the Monograph by Dr. Zakaria Shvelidze - “The Scope of Civil Claims in Labour Discrimination Disputes”
Here's a PDF of the new issue.