2 Lab. Rel. Law. Letter [i] (1969)

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the Labor Relations Law Leller

Section of Labor Relatons LOW oi me American Oar Associalion


VOLUME II, NUMBER 1, MARCH 1969




                         encore and thank you
          The response of the members of the Section to the first edition of the Labor Relations Law Letter was so
          favorable that the Council has decided to continue publishing the Letter. The editors of the Letter wish to
          express their thanks to those members of the Section who expressed their views for their gracious
          comments. Section members are urged to let us have their suggestions and comments about the Letter so
          that it can be of maximum interest and use to members of the Section. Such comments and suggestions
          may be sent to:                Jerry P. O'Leary
                                         Division of Legal Practice and Education
                                         American Bar Association
                                         1155 East 60th Street
                                         Chicago, Illinois 60637


SECTION SCHEDULES FIRST
NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON EQUAL
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
The Committee on National Institutes of our Section, which is
headed by Fred W. Elarbee, Jr., and Warren Woods, has
announced the Section's first National Institute will be held at
the Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C., on Friday
and Saturday, March 28 and 29, 1969.
  Among the subjects on the program are: Overview on Equal
  Employment Opportunity, EEOC Practice and Procedure,
  EEOC Litigation and Mediation, The Role of the Office of
  Federal Contract Compliance in EEO Law, Sex in EEO,
  Non-Governmental Remedies for Employment Discrimination,
and EEO for the Next Four Years. All of the speakers at the
Institute are outstanding practitioners, academicians and
Government officials in the labor law field. The luncheon
speaker on the first day of the Institute will be W. Willard
Wirtz, former Secretary of Labor. In addition, the Institute
will feature Congressional leaders who will look at the outlook
in EEO for the immediate future.
  The full program for the Institute and information about the
  cost of and registration for the Institute has been sent to all
  members of the Section. If you can possibly attend, it will be
  well worth it!

JOHN W. MORGAN NEW SECTION DELEGATE
TO HOUSE OF DELEGATES
John W. Morgan of Boston, Mass. has been designated by the
Council to serve as our Section Delegate to the House of
Delegates in place of the late Marion Plant.
  Mr. Morgan, a past chairman of the Section and member of
  the Council of the Section for many years, has served the
Section with distinction for a long time.


PRELIMINARY PLANS FOR DALLAS MEETING
Preliminary planning is underway for the meetings of our
Section in Dallas on August 1I and 12, 1969. The Council of
the Section will meet on August 9 and 10. Section meetings
and accommodations for Section members will be in the
Hilton Inn at Dallas. The Section is particularly fortunate to
have been assigned to the Hilton Inn since we understand its
facilities are extremely comfortable and attractive, and that it
is a relatively short distance from the airport and downtown
section of Dallas.
  Plans for the agenda of the Section meeting are only in the
process of being drafted. However, it is expected that the
program will center on the theme of a forward view of labor
relations in the Nixon administration. Efforts are being made
to obtain as speakers for the meeting top officials in the labor
area in the Nixon administration. The Section will be advised
of the program for the meeting in a later edition of the LRL
Letter.
  The Dallas meeting promises to be a very good one
professionally and socially. All Section members are urged to
register for the meeting as soon as possible.



SECTION COMMITTEES FOR 1969-70 TO BE
ANNOUNCED BEFORE AUGUST 1969 MEETING
The Chairman and Chairman-elect of the Section have an-
nounced that they plan to appoint Section Committees for the
1969-70 year before the annual meeting of ABA in August,
1969. This will afford each of the committees the opportunity
to meet in Dallas in August and formulate preliminary pl ils
for the ensuing year at that time.                 Ill

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