LES 568. Labor Arbitration and Dispute Resolution. 4 Hours.
Philosophy and practice of labor arbitration in the unionized private and public sectors. Students develop skills in arbitration practices, decision making, negotiation, rules and procedures, selection of arbitrators, and presentation of cases in a simulated arbitration proceeding. Students also learn alternative methods of settling disputes, including conciliation and mediation, and understanding processes of when and how to use alternative techniques. Course Information: Same as PAD 568. Restricted to graduate students and to senior undergraduates with permission from Department of Public Administration.