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Julius Gerson Getman
Professor of Law
  1. The Midwest Piping Doctrine:  An Example of the Need for Reappraisal of Labor Board Dogma, 31 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW 292 (1964).

  2. Book Review. Cortner, R. C., The Wagner Act Cases, 52 JOURNAL OF AMERICAN HISTORY 177 (1965).

  3. Section 8(a)(3) of the NLRA and the Effect to Insulate Free Employee Choice, 32 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW 735 (1965).

  4. Indiana Labor Relations Law:  The Case for a State Labor Relations Act, 42 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 77 (1966).

  5. THE LEGAL STATUS OF ANTI-STRIKE BREAKER REPLACEMENT LAWS AND ORDINANCES.  Indianapolis:  Personnel and Labor Relation Dept., Indiana State Chamber of Commerce, 1966.

  6. The Protection of Economic Pressure by Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act, 115 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW 1195 (1967).

  7. The Debate Over the Caliber of Arbitrators: Judge Hays and His Critics, 44 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 182 (1969).

  8. The Development of Indian Legal Education: The Impact of Language Problem, 21 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 513 (1969).

  9. Voting Behavior in NLRB Elections (with Stephen B. Goldberg), 23 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY CONFERENCE ON LABOR 115 (1970).

  10. REFERENCE SUPPLEMENT (with B. Aaron).  Washington:  Bureau of National Affairs, 1971.

  11. The Emerging Constitutional Principle of Sexual Equality, 1972 SUPREME COURT REVIEW 157.

  12. The Myth of Labor Board Expertise (with Stephen B. Goldberg), 39 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW 681 (1972).

  13. MYTHS AND ASSUMPTIONS IN LABOR LAW:  THE ROLE OF EMPIRICAL RESEARCH (with J. R. Andersen) [Labor Relations and Social Problems, Unit 6].  Washington, DC:  Bureau of National Affairs, 1972.

  14. The National Labor Relations Board Voting Study: A Preliminary Report (with Stephen B. Goldberg and Jeanne B. Herman), 1 JOURNAL OF LEGAL STUDIES 233 (1972).

  15. REFERENCE SUPPLEMENT, 2nd Ed.  (with B. Aaron).  Washington:  Bureau of National Affairs, 1972.

  16. ALLOCATION OF POWER AND INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS (with J. R. Andersen and E. Silverstein) [Labor Relations and Social Problems, Unit 10].  Washington, DC:  Bureau of National Affairs, 1973.

  17. Collyer Insulated Wire:  A Case of Misplaced Modesty, 49 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 57 (1973).

  18. Can Collyer and Gardner-Denver Co-exist?  A Postscript, 49 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 285 (1974).

  19. A Critique of the Report of the Shreveport Experiment, 3 JOURNAL OF LEGAL STUDIES 487 (1974).

  20. NLRB Regulation of Campaign Tactics: The Behavioral Assumptions on Which the Board Regulates (with Stephen B. Goldberg and Jeanne B. Herman), 27 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 1465 (1975).  Reprinted by Chicago:  American Bar Foundation, 1975.

  21. The Behavioral Assumptions Underlying NLRB Regulation of Campaign Misrepresentations:  An Empirical Evaluation, Part II (with Stephen B. Goldberg), 28 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 263 (1976).

  22. DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT (with R. Covington and J. E. Jones, Jr.), 3rd Ed. Washington, DC:  Bureau of National Affairs, 1976.

  23. UNION REPRESENTATION ELECTIONS:  LAW AND REALITY (with S. B. Goldberg and J. B. Herman).  New York:  Russell Sage Foundation, 1976.

    What Price Employment?  Arbitration, the Constitution and Personal Freedom, in PROCEEDINGS OF THE 27TH ANNUAL MEETING, NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ARBITRATORS.  Washington, DC:  Bureau of National Affairs, 1976.