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Professor Zack recounts how the Code came into existence and was amended, and stresses the importance of adherence to the Code by arbitrators; its enforcement by the NAA, designating agencies…

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Because the history of the National Academy is important to understanding the arbitration profession, and because the Academy’s annual proceedings continue to have a significant bearing on the arbitration process,…

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Procedures to be followed by the Academy’s Committee on Professional Responsibility and Grievances for considering or undertaking disciplinary actions….

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The author presents data revealing that current labor arbitration procedures derive not from statutes, court decisions or the common agreement of the parties, but from (1) the arbitrators before whom…

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A witty, engaging and constructive article addresses Academy members directly, stating, “This is no time for smugness” and that, in the Academy, “There are manifestations of an Elect mentality.” The…

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Survey results are presented and recommendations made regarding the role of the Academy in the development of employment arbitration, the mediation of grievances and interest disputes, and wrongful termination.

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The committee was established in 1973 and presented its recommendations to a membership meeting in April 1975. Following this membership discussion, some changes were made in the committee’s report, summarized…

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The National Academy after twelve years: A symposium

The participants urge the Academy to be less a club and more an influential professional organization. The encourage the enforcement of professional standards and the filing of amicus briefs, and…

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A resolution offered to the Board of Governors to create a Standing Committee, to be called the Committee on the Development of Arbitrators, the functions of which include (1) cooperation…

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