EREPJ: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2001)

EMPLOYEE RIGHTS AND EMPLOYMENT POLICY JOURNAL

Contents

The Employment Law Decisions of the October 2000 Term of the Supreme Court: A Review and Analysis

Ann C. Hodges
Douglas D. Scherer

 
Individualism, Collectivism and Autonomy in American Labor Law

Clyde W. Summers

 
Paternalism Isn't Always a Dirty Word: Can the Law Better Protect Defined Contribution Plan Participants?

Susan J. Stabile

 
Choice or Voice? Rethinking American Labor Policy in Light of the International Human Rights Consensus

Roy J. Adams

 
Excluding Participation in Internal Complaint Mechanisms from Absolute Retaliation Protection: Why Everyone, Including the Employer, Loses

Edward A. Marshall

 
Alternative Resolution of Employment Discrimination Claims: American and Australian Experiences: Proceeding of the 2001 Annual Meeting, Association of American Law Schools Section on Employment Discrimination Law

Elaine W. Shoben
Laura J. Cooper
Rosemary C. Hunter
Sara Adler
Carole J.Petersen

 
Investment and Conciliation of Employment Discrimination Claims in the Context of Hong Kong

Carole J. Petersen

 
Contingent Workers: Lesson 5: Proceedings of the 2001 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Labor Relations and Employment Law

Peggie R. Smith
Stephen K. Strong
Leone Bicchieri
Hae Jung Cho