ILJ

AcronymDefinition
ILJInstitute for Law and Justice
ILJIndustrial Law Journal (Industrial Law Society)
ILJInternational Law Journal (various universities)
ILJIndigenous Law Journal
ILJIntrepid Liberal Journal (blog)
ILJInterdisciplinary Law Journal
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In 2007, in the reported case of Food & Allied Workers Union on behalf of Kapesi & Others v Premier Foods Ltd t/a Blue Ribbon Salt River (2012) 33 ILJ 1779 (LAC) workers at a bread factory engaged in levels of violent behaviour which had not been seen since the Rand Rebellion:
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has, in at least one case, been classed as an 'occupational disease' (Odayar v Compensation Commissioner (2006) 27 ILJ 1477 (N)).
A "Witness Management Study" undertaken in 1997 by the Integrated Law & Justice Project (ILJ) (40) demonstrated how much money agencies were wasting on officers who spent all day in court only to have to return another day to give their testimony.
Bargain Boutique, an upscale resale shop; ILJ Publications, boasting two nationally acclaimed, award-winning cookbooks and a children's book; and Mistletoe Marketplace, the largest charity fundraising event in the Southeast.
Horizontal and vertical relatedness are themselves logically consistent with both the words of [section] 1962(c) and the decision in ILJ. Inc.
(3.) IMATU v City of Cape Town [2005] 26 ILJ 1404 (LC).
In such cases employers have raised 'positive action' as a defence against such allegations of discrimination (McGregor 2002(a):253, Coetzer & Others v Minister of Safety and Security & another (2003) 24 ILJ 163 (LC), Department of Justice v Commission for Conciliation, Mediation & Arbitration & Others (2004) 25 ILJ 248 (LAC)).
See NEHAWU v University of Cape Town and others (2003) 24 ILJ 95 (CC) and NUMSA v Fry's Metals (Pty) Ltd (Case 026/03) unreported judgment of the Supreme Court of Appeal delivered on 12 April 2005.
Her interpretation of the dream was that an unbeliever of Persian origin ('ilj ahmar) would stab him thrice.
The proportion of patient visits to sentinel providers for influenza-like illness (ILJ) [dagger] overall was 7.7%, which is above the national baseline [section] of 2.5%.
The Institute for Law and Justice (ILJ) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to research, training, and consulting in the criminal justice field.
In some lobes, the lamina remains unchanged and constitutes an interlamellar junction (ilj in Fig.