LAW 3740 - Collective Bargaining
This course examines major legal principles underlying collective bargaining and contract administration. The class considers, in a representative collective bargaining context, legal procedures and practical methods to achieve labor and management objectives and to resolve labor-management disputes in private employment. The course shall include active student participation in mock collective bargaining negotiation, grievance arbitration proceeding, National Labor Relations Board hearing and contract injunction exercises.
Prerequisites & Notes
Pre-requisite: Labor Law.
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