LAW 662 G - Labor Law I - Labor Law
Study of the National Labor Relations Act as amended, the pre-act history of the labor movement, and the judiciary's response thereto, with emphasis on understanding the problems, experiments, and forces leading to the enactment; includes the negotiation and administration of the collective bargaining agreement, especially the grievance arbitration procedure, its operation and place in national labor policy; and explores the relationship of the individual and the union. Course Information: Same as LER 547. 4 graduate hours. 3 or 4 professional hours. Class Schedule Information: This course is a prerequisite for some advanced labor law courses.
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Course Level: Graduate