European working group on labour law
EUROPEAN WORKING GROUP
ON LABOUR LAW
In the EWL group,established in 1998, professors of Labour Law of six universities cooperate in teaching and research. The six universities are university of Strasbourg (France); Universität Hannover (Germany); Universitá di Cassino (Italy); Universiteit Utrecht (the Netherlands); Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (Spain) and University of Leicester (United Kingdom).
Its members focus on studying, researching and teaching both individual and collective labour law and social security law at the national, European and international level embedded in a social historic, societal and economic framework.
The two main fields of activities are:
1. A yearly intensive student seminar on European labour law in one of the universities. This is the core teaching activity. The subject of the seminars has been chosen out of the most actual developments in the EU and the member states represented in the group.
Exchange of teachers in the regular teaching programmes of the participating universities.
2. Joint research projects on the main field of expertise of its group members. The results are presented on conferences organised by the group or one of its members and in publications edited by the group or its members.
Université de Strasbourg
o Prof. Corinne Sachs-Durand
o Prof. Ulrike Wendeling-Schröder
Universitá di Cassino
o Prof. Edoardo Ales
o Prof. Teun Jaspers
o Prof. Frans Pennings
Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
o Prof. Antonio Baylos Grau
o Prof. Joaquin Aparicio Tovar
o Prof. Berta Valdés de la Vega
University of Leicester
o Prof. Mark Bell
o Prof. Pascale Lorber