Labor and Employment Law

Coming Next in the California Labor and Employment Law Review

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The July Law Review opens with an MCLE article by Beth W. Mora that looks back at #MeToo—the social movement launched by a single tweet that received more than 12 million responses in its first 24 hours—and considers the legislative reforms that movement spurred across the nation, as well as the pending bills it inspired.

The issue also features updates on cases and decisions of interest:

  • Anthony J. Oncidi writes the California Employment Law Notes
  • Lauren Teukolsky provides the Wage and Hour Case Notes
  • Kerlanne Steele and Katharine McDonah co-author the Public Sector Case Notes
  • Jeff Bosley and Tyler Maffia jointly provide the NLRA Case Notes
  • Ramit Mizrahl summarizes several decisions in the ADR Update, and
  • Phyllis W. Cheng gives a snapshot of Cases Pending before the California Supreme Court.

And in his Chair’s Message, Scott Stillman marks the 30th anniversary of the FMLA by tracing the battles that led to its origin, acknowledging its limitations, and highlighting its profound impact on workplace law.

BECOME A CONTRIBUTOR: Submissions are always welcome. We encourage you to take a look at our Editorial Policy (https://calawyers.org/section/labor-and-employment-law/publications/california-labor-and-employment-law-review) and to send us your well-researched articles for consideration.

MCLE CREDIT: If you’re looking for MCLE credits, consider self-study articles from the Law Review, available for as low as $20 a credit, at http://cla.inreachce.com.


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