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The author furnishes a brief history of the development of collective bargaining in the United States, observes the decline in the organized labor movement since the late 1970s, enumerates the…
President Harkless notes the changes that are taking place in labor and employment arbitration; considers the conclusions reached by Dennis Nolan in his paper on the possible future composition of…
President Jones reviews the history of the Academy’s efforts to serve as an educational source for arbitration….
The report and recommendations of the Academy’s Future Directions Committee, undertaken in 1982-1983. The questionnaire was forwarded to 595 Academy members. The tabulation of 391 responses is appended….
NAA members’ views on the governance of the Academy….
A discussion of what is good and right with arbitrators, the process of arbitration, and the functioning of the Academy.
The author describes the Academy as a progenitor of arbitration as a profession. He asserts, however, that “both the arbitration process and the National Academy are in a time of…
The report addresses Academy member competence and propriety, and the appropriate response for the failure of either.
President Murphy reviews the history of the labor movement in the United States, and the founding and development of the National Academy.
Constitution and by-laws of the National Academy of Arbitrators