Labour and Social Law


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About the Journal

Labour and Social Law is a Belarusian quarterly scientific practical journal specializing in the sphere of labour and social security relations, labour news, and social legislation.

This journal presents: Reviews of changes to labour legislation in Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine; analysis of legal questions; judicial practice; international and foreign experience; scientific publications; and reviews of conferences, round tables, seminars, and competitions.

The journal is of interest to all who are concerned with labour and social security law.

ISSN: 2227-197X
Frequency: Annually
Language: Belarusian, Russian, English
First Year of Publication: 2012

Contact Information

220099, Minsk, Казинца, 21/3, каб.515, 513а
Tel: 8 (017) 279-98-47, 279-98-15, 212-53-01

Editorial Board


  • Associate Prof., PhD Kirill Tomashevski
    International University “MITSO”
    Labour Law Center, Belarus

Deputy Editor-in-Chief:

  • Associate Prof., PhD Elena Volk
    International University “MITSO”
    Labour Law Center, Belarus

Editorial Advisory Board:
  • Arkadiy Grechenkov, Prof., PhD
    Academy of Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus
  • Ivan Gishin, Prof., Dr.
    Grodnensky State University,
    Labour and Social Law Department, Belarus
  • Tomas Davulis, Prof., Dr.
    Vilnius University,
    Labour Law Institute, Lithuania
  • Aleksandr Kurennoi, Prof., Dr.
    Lomonosov Moscow State University
    Moscow, Russia
  • Helena Meleshko, Associate Prof., PhD
    Belarusian State University
    Law Faculty, Belarus
  • Enlik Nurgalieva, Prof., Dr.
    Eurasian National University,
  • Alish Mamish ogli Kasumov, Prof., Dr.
    Baku State University
    Law Faculty, Azerbaijan
  • Georgy Shishko, Prof., PhD
    Belarusian State University
    Law Faculty, Belarus
  • Stanislav Knyazev, Prof., Dr.
    International University “MITSO”
    Trade Union Work Department, Belarus
  • Olga Kuryleva, Associate Prof., PhD
    Belarusian State University
    Law Faculty, Belarus
  • Marina Lushnikova, Prof., Dr.
    Yaroslavl State University,
    Law Faculty, Russia
  • Nikita Lutov, Associate Prof., Dr.
    Kutafin Moscow State Law University,
    Labour Law and Social Security Law Department, Russia
  • Sergey Prilipko, Prof., Dr.
    National Academy of Legal Sciences,
    Kharkov, Ukraine
  • Evgeny Khokhlov, Prof., Dr.
    Saint Petersburg State University,
    Labour Law and Safe of Work Department, Russia
  • Oleg Yaroshenko, Prof., Dr.
    National Legal Academy of Ukraine,
    Labour Law Department, Ukraine