William B. Gould文集
A prolific scholar of labor and discrimination law, William B. Gould IV has been an influential voice on worker-management relations for over forty years and recently served as chairman of the National Labor Relations Board. Professor Gould has been a member of the National Academy of Arbitrators since 1970 and has arbitrated and mediated more than 200 labor disputes, including the 1992 and 1993 salary disputes between the Major League Baseball Players Association and the Major League Baseball Player Relations Committee. He is also a critically acclaimed author, having written a historical record of the experiences of his great-grandfather titled Diary of a Contraband: The Civil War Passage of a Black Sailor, as well as his own Washington story, Labored Relations: Law, Politics and the NLRB: A Memoir. Professor Gould is the recipient of five honorary doctorates for his significant contributions in the fields of labor law and labor relations. Before joining the Stanford Law School Faculty in 1972, he was a professor of law at Wayne State Law School and was an attorney for the National Labor Relations Board, as well as for United Auto Workers.
BA, University of Rhode Island, 1958
LLB, Cornell University Law School, 1961
Graduate study, London School of Economics, 1962-63
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