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Books you can borrow from the SUNY BUffalo Libraries

Books you can borrow from the CSO

All of these books are available in 608 O'Brian Hall to be checked out for two weeks at a time. If the title of the book is a link, click to see if it is also available to buy or access online.

Websites about this topic

Here is a collection of websites for related professional associations, resource pages, blogs etc.  Please report dead links to

  • American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations(AFL-CIO)
    Website of the AFL-CIO, a federation of 50+ labor unions and over 12 million members. Links to national and international labor unions and other organizations.
  • AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating Committee (LCC) Hiring Hall
    Monthly newsletter that contains job postings. Members will find the current issue on the LCC website. Law students and interns can access the current and previous Hiring Halls.
  • National Employment Law Association (NELA)
    Advocates for employee rights and workplace fairness while promoting the highest standards of professionalism, ethics and judicial integrity. NELA encourages the professional advancement of its members through publications, technical support, and educational programs. Exclusive membership benefits include access to NELANet, their website and members-only conferences, as well as NELA’s Brief Bank, Defendant Employer Clearinghouse, Expert Witness Bank, and other member services. Their quarterly magazine, The Employee Advocate, features recent developments in the law, updates on legislative activities, member victories, practice tips, and articles of interest to the plaintiff employment practitioner. Student membership offered for a discounted price.
  • Society for Human Resources Management
    Lists information about this field including job postings.
  • United States Department of Labor
    Website of the Department of Labor; a number of useful resources and information available.
  • New York State Department of Labor Job Listings

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