Course Description

LAWS 6511
Labor Law
General Description:
Studies the subjects of evolution of labor relations laws; how a collective bargaining relationship is established; negotiation of the collective bargaining agreement; labor and the antitrust laws; and rights of the individual worker. The course materials frame the issue of how a developed or post-industrial democracy deals with the problems that arise out of the employment relationship: of the choices between laissez-faire, substantive regulation, and the private ordering of the employment relationship through the collective bargaining process. This course is offered at least every other year.

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LAWS 6511-001

Instructor(s): Ahmed White

Credits: 3

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Mon,Wed   1:00 PM - 2:20 PM   WLAW 305