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The report addresses Academy member competence and propriety, and the appropriate response for the failure of either.

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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 trouble,” because “overprofessionalism” interferes with the attainment of social objectives, use of the grievance procedure for catharsis, securing justice for individual employees, and providing “a …

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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 suggest law, medicine, the ministry and teaching as models for the professionalization of arbitration. And they urge the development of a clear plan for the …

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