Jottings By An Employer's Lawyer

Friday, November 26, 2010

University of Texas School of Law and Labor Law


When I graduated from UT Law School in 1975, I had taken the only labor law course that was offered (if you didn't count the 2 hour Employee Rights course, which was solely about workers compensation claims). It was a traditional labor law course about the NLRA and was taught by Jerre Williams, who later served on the 5th Circuit. Professor Williams was active as a neutral.

The current labor law expert on the UT Campus is Julius Getman and his latest book, How to Restore the Power to Unions is reviewed at Today's Workplace.

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