University of Baltimore Law Review


This article examines the Supreme Court's recent decision in NLRB v. Yeshiva University, which precludes many private college and university faculty from collective bargaining pursuant to the National Labor Relations Act. The author discusses the Court's characterization of faculty who make curricular recommendations that are normally determinative as managerial employees without collective bargaining rights. He concludes that this decision requires faculty members to choose between bargaining collectively and maintaining their fully professional role in the operation of the university.

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