Kenneth M. Piper Lecture Series in Labor Law
|April 20, 2004
"Knowledge Workers in the New Economy: From Cliche
Lecture: Catherine L. Fisk- University of Southern California
Greg W. Castle
Castle and Associates
Julia A. Clark
International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers,
AFL-CIO & CLC
April 8, 2003
"The Case for Sweeping Reforms of Employee Benefits:
What We Should Demand of Employees, Unions and Government"
Lecture: Maria O'Brien Hylton- Boston University
James D. English
United Steelworkers of America
David R. Levin
Wiley Rein & Fielding
Mary Ellen Signorille
|April 16, 2002
"The Transformation of the Professional Workforce"
Lecture: Marion G. Crain- University of North Carolina
Peter J. Hurtgen
National Labor Relations Board
Dean L. Manheimer
Northwestern Memorial HealthCare
Robert M. Tobias
|April 3, 2001
||"Immigration and the Workplace"
Professor Howard F. Chang - University of Pennsylvania Law
Ana Luisa Avendaño - United Food & Commercial Workers
Ethan E. Bensinger - Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy,
Professor Lenni B. Benson - New York Law School
April 7, 2000
|"Labor Relations in the Rapidly Changing Workplace
of the New Millennium"
Jonathan Hiatt, AFL-CIO
William P. Hobgood, United Airlines
Katherine Stone, Cornell University and Yale Law School
|April 20, 1999
||"Is the World of Work Really Changing?"
Professor Peter Cappelli, University of Pennsylvania
Professor Sanford M. Jacoby, UCLA
Commentary: Marilyn P. Maledon; Rockwell International
Corporation; Kathryn A. Sure; Wylie, McBride, Jesinger, Sure
|April 16, 1998
||"The Globalization of Labor Markets: Its Impact
on Labor Law and Labor Relations in the United States."
Thomas A. Kochan, George M. Bunker Professor of Management,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Commentary: Janice R. Bellace, Samuel Blank
Professor of Legal Studies and Professor of Legal Studies
and Management, University of Pennsylvania; William L. Keller,
Senior Partner, Clark, West, Keller, Butler & Ellis; Mark
Levinson, Chief Economist and Director of Policy, Union of
Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees (UNITE), AFL-CIO,
|April 15, 1997
||"The Role of Politics in the Administration
of the Law Governing the Workplace."
James Gross, Professor of Industrial Relations, Cornell University
Commentary: George Cohen, Bredhoff & Kaiser; Lynn
Martin, Deloitte & Touche; James Warren, Chicago Tribune
|April 9, 1996
||"Privacy in the Workplace."
Matthew W. Finkin, Albert J. Harno Professor of Law, University
Alan F. Westin, Professor of Public Law & Government,
Commentary: James Adler, Irell & Manella; Kevin
J. Conlon, District Counsel, Communications Workers of America
|April 11, 1995
||"Tensions Between Regulating Work Place Harassment
and the First Amendment."
Linda Greene, Professor of Law, Univ. Of Wis.-Madison
Nadene Strossen, Professor of Law, NY Law School, Pres. ACLU
Commentary: Gilbert Casellas, Chair EEOC
|April 12, 1994
||"The Overworked American: Economic Reality
and Legal Response?"
Juliet B. Schor, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer on Economics and
Director of Studies, Women's Studies Program, Harvard University
Alice Audie-Figueroa, Ph.D., Assistant Director, Research
Department, International Union, UAW
Brian Langille, Professor of Law, University of Toronto
Christopher Cimino, Senior Consultant, John Sheridan Associates,
|March 23, 1993
||"The Future of Collective Representation of
Lynn R. Williams, International President, United Steelworkers
of America, AFL-CIO/CLC
Samuel Estreicher, Professor of Law, New York University
Phillip D. Stanoch, Vice President of Labor Relations, MW
Division, Roadway Express
|March 3, 1992
||Bernd Baron von Maydell, Faculty of Law and Economics,
University of Bonn, Germany
"The Impact of the European Economic Community on Labor
Panel: Sheldon Friedman, Zygmunt Tyszkiewicz, and
|March 19, 1991
||Alan Stuart Hyde, Professor, Rutgers, The State
University of New Jersey
"In Defense of Employee Ownership"
Panel: Stephen L. Hester, Jonathan R. Macey, and Deborah
|March 26-29, 1990
||Clyde W. Summers, Professor, University of Pennsylvania
"Unions Without Majority: A Black Hole?"
Panel: Edward B. Miller and Robert H. Stropp, Jr.
|April 27-28, 1989
||"Title VII at Twenty-Five" (1½ day national
conference cosponspored with Bureau of National Affairs, Washington,
|February 9, 1988
||Judge Harry T. Edwards, U.S. Court of Appeals
"Judicial Review of Labor Arbitration: What is Left of
the Public Policy Exception?" Panel: Michael Gottesman,
Bernard Meltzer, and Gerald Skoning
|March 31, 1987
||Mark A. Rothstein, Professor & Director of
the Health Law Institute, University of Houston
"Forum on Drug Testing and the Workplace"
Panel: Tia Schneider Denenberg, Alan C. Page and J.
|April 1, 1986
||Alfred W. Blumrosen, Herbert J. Hannoch Scholar,
Rutgers University Law School
"Forum on Current Issues in Equal Employment Opportunity"
Panel: Irving King, Thomas Meites, and Nina Stillman
|April 9, 1985
||Theodore St. Antoine, Visiting Alverson Professor
of Law, George Washington University
Gerald McEntee, President, American Federation of State,
County and Municipal Employees
"Labor Law -- The Next Fifty Years"
|April 10, 1984
||Robert Howlett, Varnum, Riddering, Schmidt &
Charles Craver, Professor, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Dispute Resolution in the Public Sector"
|April 5, 1983
||Benjamin Aaron, Professor, UCLA Law School
Julius Getman, Professor, Yale Law School
Thomas W. Miner, Vice-President for Labor Relations, Chrysler
"Collective Bargaining in Today's Economy"
|March 31, 1982
||Roger R. Blanpain, Director of the Institute for
Labor Relations, University of Leuvan, Belgium
"Transnational Regulation of the Labor Relations of Multinational
Panel: John T. Dunlop, Herman Rebhan, Richard L. Rowan
and Richard H. Weise
|October 30, 1981
||Douglas A. Fraser, President, United Auto Workers
"Worker Participation in Corporate Government: The UAW--
Panel: Marvin Gittler, Harold Katz, Edward Miller,
and Lee Shaw
|November 20, 1980
||Ray Marshall, Secretary of Labor
"The Future of the American Labor Movement: The Role of
|April 9, 1979
||John Fanning, Chairman of the National Labor Relations
"The NLRB: The Challenge of the Next Decade"