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I fight for justice, and not in a protracted sense. My life, education, work experience, and skills come from a deep passion for equal justice under the law that was embedded in me at a young age through a myriad of circumstances – namely growing up learning unionism firsthand at the dinner table. I am… Continue reading About
I’ve just sent off my recent scholarship of comparative law to several journals for review and publishing. You can download a copy of the abstract and table of contents here: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3843388. Update: I was offered and signed my first ever publishing agreement for scholarship with the University of Florida. I was fortunate to have been… Continue reading (Abstract Only) The Pond Separates Cultures but Not Values: A Comparative Look at the French Codification of Right to Withdrawal of Labor and the American Concept of At-Will Employment
With a track record of extensive organizing, I’m starting to compile all of my media mentions, press coverage, and published literature in no particular order. I will, at some point, come back and chronologically list these.  Wazlavek, Thomas D. Aaron, Defending Exclusive Representation: Tyranny of the Minority in the Workplace for Educators Poses Special… Continue reading Publishing and Media Mentions
Just wanted to give folks an update on something I thought was interesting to do as a project in law school. My first scholarly work (I suppose that’s what you say) is available now on SSRN for free to download or view. To be honest I was not expecting this paper to be so well… Continue reading Defending Exclusive Representation: Tyranny of the Minority in the Workplace for Educators Poses Special Risks to Charter School Teachers
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