The theme of the first Symposium issue, Rethinking Law in the Twenty-First Century Workplace, addresses a fundamental challenge facing the field of labor and employment law. Existing regulatory regimes in this area are ill-equipped to address the demands of the increasingly dynamic, unstable, and technologically-driven workplace. This Symposium brought together a diverse and creative group of scholars, public policy thinkers, and activists to discuss new frameworks for participation, inclusion, evaluation, and legal regulation in the workplace. These participants represented a variety of disciplines, including law, psychology, organizational theory, sociology, and public policy. Each of the participants brought to the table a critical perspective on the dominant frameworks for governing, regulating, and transforming the workplace.
Labor and Employment Law | Law
Susan P. Sturm,
U. Pa. J. Lab. & Emp. L.
Available at: https://scholarship.law.columbia.edu/faculty_scholarship/3569