559
LAW

Labor Law

Law School Description

This course examines the American system of collective bargaining, its value, its process, and the substantive law which regulates it and the parties. Examination will include how and why unions are selected and the methods of employer resistance, the negotiation process, and the administration of the resulting collective bargaining contracts, including arbitration. The use of self-help devices such as strikes, picketing and boycotts also will be covered. The conduct of the process is regulated by the National Labor Relations Board which regulates conduct by controlling unfair labor practices and supervises elections for unions.

UH Mānoa Catalog Description

Regulation of union-management relations under state and federal laws.

Typical Course Credit

3

Credit Limit

3

Repeat Limit

Not Repeatable

Instructor Approval

No

Competition

No

Assigned Sections

No

Bar Course

No

Clinical Requirement

No

Category

Business/Commercial

Tentative Course Rotation

Full Time
Annually
Fall
Part Time
Every Other Year
Varies

Effective Since

Fall
1976

Offering

Regular

Schedule Type

Lecture/Discussion (LED)

Major Restrictions

Law