NJ Public Employment Law - Education Edition New
Paperback Edition: 2012
Paperback Edition Commentaries Are Current Through: 209 N.J. 172; 424 N.J. Super. 150; L. 2011 c. 232
The "What's New" Feature Brings The Online Edition Current Through:
213 N.J. 279; 430 N.J. Super. 131; 181 L.Ed.2d 448; L. 2013 c. 53
Mr. McLaughlin also serves as a mediator in disputes between private parties. The Superior Court of New Jersey has appointed him as a mediator in litigated matters and as a mentor to train new mediators.
Mr. McLaughlin has been an adjunct professor with the Public Administration Institute of Farleigh Dickinson University since 1999, teaching courses in law, ethics and communications.
Mr. McLaughlin served with the Superior Court of New Jersey in Hudson County as a law clerk for Judges Barbara A. Curran and Frances L. Antonin. He received his bachelor's degree in political science with a minor in business from Mount Saint Mary's University, and his juris doctor from New York Law School, cum laude, where he served as an editor on the New York Law School Journal of Human Rights. Mr. McLaughlin also has an LL.M. from New York University School of Law. He is a graduate of the Morris Pashman Inn of Court.
Mr. McLaughlin is a member of the commercial and employment law sections and the Pro Bono Committee of the New Jersey State Bar Association. He was chair of the Pro Bono Committee from 2006 through 2010.
Includes Discussion of:
- Hiring, discipline and termination;
- Required contractual provisions;
- Caps on unused sick leave;
- Constitutional limitations on an employer's freedom of action;
- Free-speech rights of public employees;
- Public-school employees: the meaning and effect of tenure;
- Tenure requirements;
- Charter schools and State colleges;
- Layoffs: seniority and re-employment rights;
- Tenure hearings;
- Scope of collective negotiation;
- Unfair practices;
- Responsibilities of majority representatives;
- Rights of non-union members;
- Public Employment Relations Commission.
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