November 20, 2012
Secunda & Hirsch, Labor Law: A Problem Based Approach
Congratulations to Paul and Jeff on their new book, Labor Law: A Problem Based Approach (LexisNexis 2012), complete with video promotional materials.
From the more traditional promotional materials:
Labor Law: A Problem Based Approach covers the essential introductory labor law topics on organizing, collective bargaining, and concerted activities. It also includes materials for advanced labor law classes on topics such as: individual rights in a labor union, union security clauses, and federal preemption. The problem-based approach of this exciting new Book provides practical experience to students in the day-to-day practice of labor law.
Labor Law: A Problem Based Approach emphasizes recent labor law developments and controversies including: NLRB election and posting rules, the Boeing controversy, and recent attempts at labor law legislative reform. And, it is also highly interactive with hyperlinks to blogs, law review articles, government web sites, and other digitized sources.
The authors of Labor Law: A Problem Based Approach bring more than twenty-years of combined experience in practice, teaching, and scholarship in labor law to the book. Professor Hirsch is former appellate attorney for the National Labor Relations Board, while Professor Secunda is former management-side labor law attorney at several major law firms.
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yay! mazal tov!
Posted by: orly lobel | Nov 20, 2012 2:22:06 PM
Was the video too scandalous to show?
Posted by: Lindsy | Nov 21, 2012 11:35:29 AM
Congrats. I cannot wait to see it.
Posted by: Mitchell Rubinstein | Nov 23, 2012 2:36:08 PM
I am very excited about this teaching tool. I have already "test-driven" a couple of the hypotheticals in my class at Duke and they went over very well (thanks Jeff). Paul and Jeff, thanks so much for giving us - and our students - this modernistic way to approach the teaching of labor law.
Posted by: Dan Bowling | Nov 27, 2012 4:41:21 PM
The book must be very helpful to both employers and employees. Thanks!
Posted by: Labor law compliance posters | Nov 27, 2012 5:33:36 PM
if I ever teach labor law again, I know which textbook I'm using! Congrats, Jeff.
Posted by: Fred Jacob | Nov 29, 2012 5:55:42 AM