Looseleaf services are mini-libraries that conveniently pull together related laws, regulations, cases, and expert commentaries. Looseleaf services are useful because they are constantly updated and also have classification schemes, digests, and indexes that help identify relevant information. Two major looseleaf services cover most areas of labor and employment law:
(1) Labor Relations Reporter, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) and available online as the BNA Labor & Employment Resource Center and
(2) Labor Law Reporter, published by the Commerce Clearing House (CCH). The relevant parts of both resources in hard copy are described below.
Labor Relations Reporter (BNA). Looseleaf Services KF3364 .L325
Labor Law Reporter (CCH). Looseleaf Services KF3310.A22 L32 1980
A good starting point for finding reprinted texts of primary sources is a looseleaf service, an up-to-date compilation of statutes, regulations, and cases related to particular topics. The following services are excellent resources for labor and employment law research: