Wednesday, January 21, 2009
The Teacher's Manual is out for Heinsz, Nolan, & Bales's Labor Law: Collective Bargaining in a Free Society. I don't have a weblink, but the ISBN is 978-0-314-17773-5. Here's the publisher's description of the casebook:
This new edition (formerly Oberer, Heinsz and Nolan's Labor Law casebook) takes a distinctive approach to the topic. The first section provides a minicourse in American labor law history, describing the development of labor law in the United States. It provides students with the social, political, and economic context necessary to appreciate the doctrinal material presented in the rest of the book. Cases are tightly edited, notes are brief, and the text hews closely to major points. The streamlined presentation is ideal for professors who wish to supplement the material with simulations or other experiential learning exercises.
If anyone has any questions about the casebook, feel free to contact me directly.