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Professor Gely Comments on Right-to-Work Decision in Missouri

In a recent article, “Missouri Loss Suggests ‘Right-to-Work’ Push is Losing Steam,” Professor Rafael Gely commented on the recent defeat of Proposition A in Missouri. The statewide referendum would have allowed employees in private-sector unionized workplaces to opt of union membership and union fees. “People talk about the [Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization] strike in the 1980s sending a signal…

Mizzou Law Student Chosen for National Fellowship, Scholarship

Second-year Mizzou Law student Samantha Groark was recently chosen as a 2017 Fellow through the Peggy Browning Fund Fellowship Program. This summer she will spend 10 weeks working as a law clerk at Hammond & Shinners, P.C., a St. Louis firm specializing in labor and employee benefits law. As a fellow, she will be working to advance the cause of…