4 Lab. Rel. Law. Letter [i] (1971)

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the LaBor Relalions Law Leller

SeCtiOn of Labor Relations Law ot ie Americon Bar Associalion
                                                                        1155 E. 60th St., Chicago, Illinois 60637
VOLUMEV, NUMBER 1, APRIL 1971



                               NEW YORK, NEW YORK AND LONDONTOWN
                            PRELIMINARY PLANS SET FOR SECTION MEETINGS


NEW YORK, NEW YORK
The New York City meeting of the Section on July 5, 6 and 7
at the New York Hilton promises an excellent program. In
addition to the report of Chairman Plato E. Papps, the
following speakers have been scheduled: George Ives, Chair-
man, National Mediation Board, who will discuss How the
National Mediation Board Works; Lawrence L. O'Connor,
former Dean of the Law School, DePaul University, Chicago,
who will speak on Judicial Balancing of Competing Interests
in Labor-Management Relations; Father Dexter Hanley,
President of University of Scranton and Secretary of the
Section, reporting on Labor Law Decisions of the Supreme
Court during the 1970-71 Term; and Edward B. Miller,
Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board, who will
address the Section at the luncheon on July 6th on the subject
The Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board - One
Year Later. Another featured speaker will be Judge Paul R.
Hayes of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second
Circuit. A panel discussion on Arbitration, the Courts and the
Consequences will include William   J. Curtin, Eugene
Hartwick and David Feller, members of the Section, and Ben
Fisher, a representative of the United Steelworkers of
America.
  Secretary of Labor James D. Hodgson, Undersecretary
Laurence H. Silberman, and Assistant Secretary W.J. Usery, Jr.
are also planning to be in attendance and make comments in
the course of the New York meeting.



LONDONTOWN
The Section meeting in London on July 14 and 15, 1971
should be most exciting. Our Section will be housed at The
Churchill, one of London's newest hotels. The United States
Secretary of Labor James D. Hodgson has accepted an
invitation to address the Section's London meeting, and plans
are being made to secure British speakers who are equally
outstanding. The Section's luncheon in London will be held on
Wednesday, July 14.
  Also scheduled to attend the London meeting are the Labor
Department's Undersecretary Laurence H. Silberman and
Assistant Secretary for Labor-Management Relations, W.J.
Usery, Jr.


THE BOOK IS COMPLETED AND AVAILABLE
If you have not already ordered your copy of The Developing
Labor Law, be sure to do so at once! This volume of over
1,000 pages represents four years of work by more than 60
members of our Section under the direction of Editor-in-Chief
Charles J. Morris, Professor of Law at Southern Methodist
University. Michael I. Sovern, Dean of the Law School,
Columbia University says of this new work: 'The practitioner
will find in The Developing Labor Law a useful, practical guide
to the law he needs to know. The student will find a helpful
crutch.... Law professors will find The Developing Labor
Law a useful adjunct to their teaching. Copies of The Book
may be ordered from BNA Books, a division of The Bureau of
National Affairs, Inc., 1231 25th Street, Washington, D.C.
20037, at the price of $24.85 per copy. Members of the
Section are entitled to a special $5.00 discount.

TRIBUTE TO THE AUTHOR
At its Midwinter meeting our Section's Council adopted the
following resolution in tribute to Professor Charles Morris:
  WHEREAS he has labored long and diligently as Editor-in-
    Chief of The Developing Labor Law; and
  WHEREAS this unremunerated task has required unforetold
  sacrifices and has led him to surmount unsuspected
  obstacles; and
  WHEREAS the finished book is a truly significant contri-
  bution to legal literature and a valued tool in the field of
  labor law; and
  WHEREAS he has not compromised with excellence in spite
  of the pressures of time and even the sometime impatience
  of his colleagues
  BE IT RESOLVED that the Council recognizes the indis-
  pensable part he has played in the publication of The
  Book, acknowledges with gratitude the tedium and agony
  of the task he has so magnificently completed, and
  expresses to him the personal admiration and affection of
  the Council for his outstanding contribution.

1972
It is not too early to start thinking of the 1972 meeting of the
Section which will be held in San Francisco on August 7 and
8. Our Section will be housed at the Holiday Inn - Financial
District.

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