Labor and Employment Arbitration

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Labor and Employment Arbitration

Marc D. Greenbaum

This course will examine arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism in two related, but distinct, contexts. First, the course will study the legal principles applicable to the widely accepted use of arbitration as a means of resolving disputes arising under public and private sector collective bargaining agreements. Thereafter, it will examine the dynamic, changing and controversial legal principles governing arbitration as a means of resolving disputes arising under employment regulation statutes like Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and under individual contracts of employment. The course will make extensive use of simulations designed to assist students in developing the practical skills necessary to represent clients in labor and employment arbitration. Students will be required to write a final course paper that may be used to satisfy the Legal Writing Requirement. Enrollment limited to 15 students. Prerequisites: Students enrolling in the course must have taken or be concurrently enrolled in Labor Law, Employment Law, or Employment Discrimination Law. (Tuesday and Thursday 4:00-5:25 p.m.)

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