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About William A. Herbert

The selected articles and papers are reflective of my research, writing and presentations over the past two decades on various labor and employment law issues including: public sector labor and employment law and history; the nature and impact of new technologies in the workplace; workplace privacy; employment discrimination and retaliation; the applicability of the First and Fourth Amendments to the public sector workplace; and constitutional and statutory protections for whistleblowing.
The intersection of new technologies with public and private sector labor and employment law remains one of my primary scholarly interests. In addition, I am continuing work on a planned interdisciplinary article analyzing the intersection of law, literature and New York history as it relates to a mid-19th century short story by Herman Melville.

Positions

Present Executive Director, National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education and the Professions, Hunter College
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Present Distinguished Lecturer, Hunter College
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Curriculum Vitae



Research Interests

labor history, collective bargaining, higher education, public sector labor law and policy, labor relations, electronic privacy,

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Contact Information

(212) 481-7550 (office)
(518) 605-4402 (cell)

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Articles (21)

Presentations (3)