New Harvard Law Review Piece on Grad Student Unions

Published February 23rd, 2017 -  - 02.23.1714

There’s a new piece of student writing in the most recent Harvard Law Review that offers a different take on the Board’s Columbia University decision regarding graduate student union rights.  The piece focuses on the Board’s use of empirical evidence in the decision, applauds it in part, but criticizes the Board for what the piece calls “cherry picking.”  Worth reading.

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