Books can be useful places to start your research. You can find a discussion of the law and citations to leading cases and relevant regulations. To locate books (both in print and electronic) on your topic, search the library catalog. For tips on effective search strategies, read our GULLiver guide. A keyword search is usually the best way to start your search for legal treatises. If you want to search by subject heading, try the following subject headings:
Here are some general works on labor and employment law:
Employment Law, Mark A. Rothstein (Hornbook Series)
KF3455 .E4681 2005
Employment Law, Mark A. Rothstein (Practitioner Treatise Series)
KF3455 .E468 2009
For books on specific topics within Labor and Employment Law, check relevant sections of this guide.
While Georgetown Law Library has an excellent collection of treatises and journals on labor and employment law, there are some specialized materials that may not be available at Georgetown or books that you need may be checked out. To search for books held by thousands of libraries from across the country, search WorldCat. Items that you locate on WorldCat can be requested through Interlibrary Loan.