2013 Publication Schedule for Labor Law Journal, Vol. 64
Issue 4, Winter 2013 — Manuscript deadline, November 8, 2013, Publication date, December 26, 2013
2014 Publication Schedule for Labor Law Journal, Vol. 65
Issue 1, Spring 2014 — Manuscript deadline, February 7, 2014, Publication date, March 25, 2014
Issue 2, Summer 2014 — Manuscript deadline, May 9, 2014, Publication date, June 24, 2014
Issue 3, Fall 2014 — Manuscript deadline, August 8, 2014, Publication date, September 23, 2014
Issue 4, Winter 2014 — Manuscript deadline, November 7, 2014, Publication date, December 23, 2014
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