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  1. Flextime As Reasonable Accommodation
  2. Call For Papers
  3. BA in Law
  4. Call For Papers National Institute of Collective Bargaining
  5. BLS: LABOR FORCE BY RACE AND ETHNICITY [19 August 2014]
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Flextime As Reasonable Accommodation

Solomon v. Vilsack, ___F.3d___(D.C. Cir. Aug. 15, 2014), is an interesting case. The D.C. Circuit followed other circuits holding that the Department of Agriculture should have considered a flextime schedule for an employee under treatment for depression. Mitchell H. Rubinstein
    


Call For Papers

The Journal of Law and Health's Annual Symposium at Cleveland Marshall Law School has issued a call for papers which provides in part: You are invited to submit an Article for possible inclusion in the Journal of Law & Health’s...
    

BA in Law

The University of Arizona has become the first college in the nation to offer a BA in law. A Findlaw article about the program, which still requires the student to attend law school if they want to be a lawyer,...
    


Call For Papers National Institute of Collective Bargaining

The National Institute of Collective Bargaining has issued a call for papers. Abstracts are due Oct. 17, 2014 and the conference is set for April 19-21, 2015 in NYC at CUNY. The theme is thinking about tomorrow: collective bargaining and...
    

BLS: LABOR FORCE BY RACE AND ETHNICITY [19 August 2014]

The BLS just published a report researchers may find of interest and very useful. As the report states: This report describes the labor force characteristics and earnings patterns among the largest race and ethnicity groups living in the United States—Whites,...
    


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