The Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law ("BJELL") is the leading law review for employment and labor law scholarship. BJELL articles address a range of legal issues of interest to both scholars and practitioners. Topics include employment discrimination, labor law, public sector employment, employee benefits, and workforce participation. The Journal, published twice a year, includes scholarly articles, student-authored comments and case notes, book reviews, and topical essays.
BJELL’s mission is to provide a forum for academics and practitioners to discuss emerging developments in the field. In addition, BJELL is committed to helping students connect with attorneys working in the employment and labor fields.
Current Issue: Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 (2015)
Mandatory Arbitration and Inequality of Justice in Employment
Alexander J.S. Colvin
Employment Arbitration in the Securities Industry: Lessons Drawn from Recent Empirical Research
J. Ryan Lamare and David B. Lipsky
How the Arbitration-at-all-Costs Regime Ignores and Distorts Settled Law
Sarah E. Belton and F. Paul Bland, Jr.