Bloomberg Law and BNA (Bloomberg Law password required)
The Bloomberg Law Employment Law Center has a wealth of information including news, legal analysis, practitioner tools, federal and state statutes, regulations, and more.
Lexis Advance (Lexis Advance password required)
Labor and Employment Practice Center
The Lexis Advance Labor and Employment Practice Center provides easy access to federal and state employment law cases, arbitration awards, statutes, regulations, and secondary sources, such as the treatise Larson on Employment Discrimination.
Westlaw’s employment law resources include Practitioner Insights for Employment, federal and state cases, statutes, and regulations, agency decisions, secondary sources, and 50 State Statutory and Regulatory Surveys.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
The Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of Labor is the primary federal entity responsible for measuring working conditions and other labor-related topics in the United States. A wealth of statistics is available on their web site.
Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Laws, Cases, and Resources
This website from the Law Librarian’s Society of Washington, D.C. links directly to a broad variety of employment discrimination resources including federal statutes, federal agency resources, CRS reports, and recent court opinions.
HeinOnline’s Federal Legislative History
Legislative history of the Americans with Disabilities Act and other legislation is available in HeinOnline's Federal Legislative History library. The easiest way to locate legislative history on HeinOnline is by Popular Name.
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
The EEOC enforces federal employment discrimination laws.
Directory of Employment Law blogs
This directory includes 270 blogs dealing with employment law, such as Workplace Prof Blog (part of the Law Professor Blog Network, the Workplace Law Prof Blog is edited by five law professors and contains content on all aspects of employment law) and Wolters Kluwer WorkDay Blog (edited by nine practicing attorneys).
ASU has a number of online and print treatises on the topic of employment discrimination. You can search for them in the ASU catalog by using subject headings such as Discrimination in employment and Sex discrimination in employment. You can limit your results to e-books by clicking “Full Text Online” on the right. Print books available in other ASU libraries may be requested and delivered to you at the law library.
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
This project, by the University of Michigan Law School, brings together documents from important civil rights cases, organized by category such as disability rights and equal employment.
National Conference of State Legislatures
Their Labor and Employment Law page has federal and state bills and other legislative information on topics such as disability employment and discrimination.