ILLN International Labour Law Network

The international network of leading labour lawyers

Our members help international employers manage their workforces.

Work with leading labour law specialists

Why choose us

We share common values
& working practices

Continuous Dialogue on Emerging Trends

ILLN lawyers meet regularly to discuss emerging issues in international labour law.

Labour law made simple

We keep law simple/straight to the point and provide clear legal advice.

Service Excellence

We are recognised for our responsiveness and our ability to deal with sensitive issues.

Competitive and Fair Pricing

We offer competitive fees.

Our international experts

Representing a diverse range of expertise across numerous countries, our lawyers are ready to help navigate international labour laws.

Pallas Lawyers & Mediators | Netherland

Birketts | United Kingdom

Voltaire Avocats | France


Our core expertise

ILLN’s members provide the full range of contentious and non-contentious employment services for employers, catering to every aspect of employment and labour law.

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An International Presence

ILLN has expert labour law services internationally.

Blog & events

Latest insights

Stay informed with our latest blog posts and events focused on international labour law and related topics.

Increasingly, companies are faced with employees' desire for a more flexible work organization. This is often a necessity in order to recruit and retain these workers. In this webinar, the speakers will discuss the various areas in which this flexibility can be achieved, namely working hours, workplace and remuneration.
Employers of Record can be a suitable option for businesses wishing to hire talent based abroad. A UK employment law expert discusses the benefits and risks of using Employers of Record.
If you plan to hire an employee in France, the first essential step it to determine the applicable industry-level collective bargaining agreement (CBA). In this article, we explain how to do this and the procedure to follow if it turns out that you're not applying the right collective bargaining agreement


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