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OnLa­bor is a blog de­voted to work­ers, unions, and their pol­i­tics. We interpret our subject broadly to include the current crisis in the traditional union movement (why union decline is happening and what it means for our society); the new and contested forms of worker organization that are filling the labor union gap; how work ought to be structured and managed; how workers ought to be represented and compensated; and the appropriate role of government – all three branches – in each of these issues.

Editor in Chief

Benjamin Sachs
Kestnbaum Professor of Labor and Industry
Harvard Law School

Founders

Benjamin Sachs
Kestnbaum Professor of Labor and Industry
Harvard Law School

Jack Goldsmith
Learned Hand Professor of Law
Harvard Law School

Digital Director

Fred Wang
Student
Harvard Law School

Senior Contributors

Sharon Block
Professor of Practice and the Executive Director
of the Labor and Worklife Program
Harvard Law School

David Doorey
Professor of Labor and Employment Law
York University in Toronto

Catherine Fisk
Chancellor’s Professor of Law
UC Irvine School of Law

Charlotte Garden
Associate Professor of Law
Seattle University

Benjamin Levin
Associate Professor of Law
University of Colorado Law School

Jake Rosenfeld
Associate Professor of Sociology
Washington University-St. Louis

Andrew Strom
Associate General Counsel
Service Employees International Union, Local 32BJ

Noah Zatz
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles

Contributors

Anita Alem
Student
Harvard Law School

Swap Agrawal
Student
Harvard Law School

Nicholas Anway
Student
Harvard Law School

Julia Deng
Student
Harvard Law School

Travis Lavenski
Student
Harvard Law School

Sarah Leadem
Student
Harvard Law School

Iman Masmoudi
Student
Harvard Law School

Chinmay Pandit
Student
Harvard Law School

Tascha Shahriari-Parsa
Student
Harvard Law School

Miriam Shestack
Student
Harvard Law School

Jason Vazquez
Student
Harvard Law School

Kevin Vazquez
Student
Harvard Law School

Fred Wang
Student
Harvard Law School