The Comparative Labor Law Journal was founded in 1976 to provide a venue for the very best scholarship in the comparative analysis of labor law, employment policy and social security issues.  In 1997, the Journal moved to the University of Illinois where it was renamed Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal and its Editorial Advisory Board broadened better to reflect its mission.  With an extensive world-wide circulation, the Journal has become a major international forum for research, theoretical and applied, in an area of growing importance to the developed and in the developing world.

Supported by the University of Illinois College of Law and the United States Branch of the International Society for Labor Law and Social Security