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1 Lab. Rel. Law. Letter [i] (1968)

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the Labor Relations Law Letter

Section o Labor Relations Law of tie American gar Association


           With this issue, the Section of Labor Relations Law inaugurates publication of the Labor Relations Lawyer.
           It is hoped that this publication will fill a communications void during the period between our annual Sec-
           tion meetings. Of course, the membership of the Section will continue to receive the invaluable Section
           Committee Reports. However, the Labor Relations Lawyer will attempt to keep the members of the Section
           abreast of the work of the Council. It will report on the Mid-Winter Council Meeting. It will advise members
           in advance as to the program of the Annual Meeting and it will, in general, fill members in on any interesting
           items of news concerning the Council, the Section and its membership.
           We want this newsletter to be of interest to you and to serve you. Consequently, if any of the members of
           the Section have any suggestions or items of interest, we would welcome them. You can send them on to
           Jerry O'Leary the American Bar Center, 1155 East 60th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637.

Section Meeting in August to Feature

Outstanding Speakers and Subjects
Our Section meeting in August promises to be one of the most
interesting we have had in many years.
  The featured luncheon speaker is Judge John R. Brown of
the 5th Circuit who has accepted an invitation to make the
luncheon speech on August 6. His subject is, The Rat Race,
The Human Race, and The Courthouse Race: Explosive
Variations on the Law's Labor Pains.
  In addition, it is expected that there will be a panel discus-
sion on equal employment opportunity featuring the General
Counsel of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission,
a representative of the Civil Rights Division and other prom-
inent speakers. We plan a wide open, free swinging discussion
on the question of Practice and Procedure under the EEOC
and the Equal Opportunity Government Procurement Pro-
grams. We also hope to have a panel discussion on Problems
Involved in the Unionization of Federal, State and Municipal
Employees, and we have definitely obtained Arvid Anderson,
former member of the Wisconsin Employee Relations Board
and now the Director of the Office of Collective Bargaining,
New York City. There will also be the traditional review of
Supreme Court decisions in the field of labor law for the past
year, with Professor Charles H. Livengood, of Duke University
School of Law, making the analysis. All in all, the meeting
promises to be of great interest and benefit to all members of
our Section and we hope that the meeting achieves the attend-
ance it deserves.

  At this time the program shapes up as follows:
Monday, August 5, 2:00 P.M.-Philadelphia Civic Center,
                           Rooms 231 and 233
   -General meeting of the entire Section
   -Professor Livengood's review of Supreme Court decisions
   -Panel discussion on Practice and Procedure under the
       Equal Employment Opportunity Program.
Tuesday, August 6, 9:30 A.M.-Philadelphia Civic Center,
                           Rooms 231 and 233
   -General session of the entire Section
   -Discussion panel on Problems Involved in Unionization
       of Governmental Employees.
Tuesday, August 6, Noon-Annual Luncheon Plaza
                       Restaurant, Philadelphia Civic Center
   -Judge John R. Brown, Luncheon Speaker

Register for the Annual Meeting
As a reminder to those who may not have noted it, the Annual
Meeting of the ABA will be held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
August 5 to August 9, 1968. Our Section of Labor Relations
Law will be housed at the Benjamin Franklin Hotel in
Philadelphia. Council meetings will be held at the Benjamin
Franklin Hotel (Betsy Ross Room B) on August 3 and 4 and
the General sessions of our Section will be held on August 5
and 6. Note, particularly, that while the Council meeting on
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