Laura Carlson, Stockholm University

Associate Editors:
Tanya Hernandez, Fordham University
Vedna Jivan, University of Technology Sydney
Holning Lau, University of North Carolina
Mpoki Mwakagali, Stockholm University and Tumaini University-Iringa
David Oppenheimer, University of California Berkeley
Letizia Palumbo, European University Institute
Lucy Vickers, Oxford Brookes University
Laura Carlson is an associate professor of law and Vice Dean at the School of Law, Stockholm University. In addition, she is responsible for the subject of labour and employment law, course director for the obligatory term Private Law C, which covers labour, employment, and family law as well as course directives for four upper-level elective courses: Equality Law, Comparative Law, American and English Business Law, and European and Swedish Labour and Employment Law. She also teaches in jurisprudence. Carlson has received a B.A. History, Carleton College, a Juris Doctor, College of Law, University of Minnesota, a Master of Laws (jur.kand.), Uppsala University, a Juris Doktor, Department of Law, Stockholm University, and has been the Stockholm Centre Oxford Fellow for 2014-15 at Christ Church, Oxford University. Her research interests include discrimination, employment, labour, and comparative law as well as EU law.

Brill Research Perspectives in Comparative Discrimination Law

As of 2021, Brill Research Perspectives in Comparative Discrimination Law is no longer published as a journal by Brill, but will continue as a book series.

Brill Research Perspectives in Comparative Discrimination Law addresses discrimination issues both horizontally (discrimination law as an overarching framework) as well as vertically (specific topics within discrimination law – for example, age, sex, race, and disability – at national, regional, and international levels). Theoretical approaches as well as more pragmatic approaches, such as active measures, are also examined. Each quarterly issue comprises a single short monograph of 70-100 pages presenting state-of-the-art research and analysis of a selected subject.
Brill Research Perspectives in Comparative Discrimination Law’s primary readership includes scholars, educators, students, policy decision makers, practitioners, and non-governmental organizations active in the field of discrimination law. The objective of the journal is to create a global approach to these issues, with the endeavor of publishing contributions by authors from around the world.

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