Margaret R.  Brogan

Philadelphia, PA

Attorney, Arbitrator and Mediator - involved in the area of labor and employment law since 1980. Adjunct professor at St. Joseph's University Comey Institute of Industrial Relations for 10 years, developing and teaching four courses in labor law, employment law, collective bargaining, and arbitration.  She is currently a Lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley and President-Elect of the National Academy of Arbitrators

 

ADR education and training experience includes: Faculty, AAA Maximizing Efficiency & Economy in Arbitration: Challenges at the Preliminary Hearing, 2013; Faculty, AAA Labor Arbitration Advocacy Case Preparation, 2010; NAA Beyond the Protocol: The Future of Due Process in Workplace Dispute Resolution, 2007; AAA Arbitration Awards: Safeguarding, Deciding & Writing Awards (ACE001), 2005; AAA Labor Arbitrator II Training: Advanced Case Management Issues, 2004.

 

St. Joseph's University (BA-1977); Villanova University (JD-1980).

 

 

Courses

  • Social Media and Ethics - Should Labor Arbitrators and Advocates Ever Be “Friends?

Upcoming Sessions

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Social Media and Ethics - Should Labor Arbitrators and Advocates Ever Be “Friends?-Recorded WebinarOPEN