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On these pages are the sources I most often recommend for researching and learning about Labor Law.  If you don't see what you need, contact me using the information to the right!  I am available for quick questions or for private research consultation by appointment.

Labor Law - Best Bets

  • Preferred by Practitioners


  • hollis logoThe Developing Labor Law

  • The leading treatise in the field. Authoritative treatment of the legal rights and duties of employees, employers, and unions; procedures and remedies under the NLRA.  Annual supplements.  
  • Law Library Reading Room: KF3369 .D48 2006

The most important source of current news on labor law - includes cases, legislation and more.


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  • The above links are practitioners' and experts' favorites; the books below are designed especially for students.
 

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As the Emerging Technologies and Research Librarian, Carli Spina teaches classes on legal research and technology topics, conducts research consultations, develops guides to both substantive law and technological topics, and works on a wide range of web projects for the Harvard Law School Library.
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