Home > Journals > Michigan Law Review > MLR > Volume 41 > Issue 4 (1943)
No administrative body in recent times has received as much criticism, both favorable and unfavorable, as has the National Labor Relations Board in its administration of the National Labor Relations Act. Such a vast amount of material has been written on the procedure before the board that any further discussion would seem superfluous. However, the discussion of the board's procedure has been related more to the wisdom of choice which the board has made in setting up its procedure than to a determination of the line that separates legality from illegality in its determination of cases.
Clyde W. Summers,
WHAT CONSTITUTES A FAIR PROCEDURE BEFORE THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD,
Mich. L. Rev.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mlr/vol41/iss4/4
Administrative Law Commons, Evidence Commons, Jurisprudence Commons, Labor and Employment Law Commons