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Labor Law: Home

Labor Law Guides

Introduction to Labor Law

Labor Law involves union representation & organization, collective bargaining, and interpretation of employer and labor actions under collective bargaining agreements. Start your research with some of the secondary source publications on the left.

To learn about issues between individual employees and their employers such as discrimination, wages and hours, disabilities, pension, or workers' compensation, consult our Employment Law LibGuide.


Federal Agencies

The  Department of Labor, an executive agency, makes and enforces regulations in this area. There are indepenent agencies also. For example, the National Labor Relations Board conducts elections, investigates charges, and decides cases. Learn where to find administrative decisions and guidance in the Statutes, Regulations, and Decisions page of this guide.

Subject Guide

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Sara Klein
Peter W. Rodino, Jr. Law Library, Center for Information and Technology
Seton Hall University School of Law
One Newark Center, Newark, NJ 07102

Hat Tip

Thanks for inspiration for this LibGuide to the Albert E. Jenner, Jr., Memorial Law Library of the University of Illinois.