Professor Dunlop describes the current and projected state of employment law disputes favoring alternative dispute resolution in lieu of litigation and administrative rulings. The Commission on the Future of Worker-Management Relations favors experimentation in the ADR of employment disputes. Regarding private arbitration, the Commission recommends 7 elements to ensure the effective protection of employees’ substantive legal rights. The Commission is of the opinion that binding arbitration as a condition of employment should not be enforceable, contra Gilmer. Professor Dunlop hopes that the NAA will take a greater leadership role in the development of employment dispute resolution. A panel discussion ensues.