Katherine Stone

Katherine Stone

Arjay and Frances Fearing Miller Distinguished Professor of Law
B.A. Harvard, 1970
J.D. Harvard, 1979
UCLA Law faculty since 2004

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This is a course about the law governing private agreements. The course analyzes the criteria for determining whether or not a particular promise or voluntary agreement is legally enforceable and...

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Current controversies regarding the employment status of Uber, Lyft, Task Rabbit, and other forms of workers in the “gig economy” raise the question of what is “employment” and how should it be...

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Arbitration has become an important aspect of legal practice in such disparate fields as securities regulation, commercial law, employment law, family law, labor law, medical malpractice,...

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This course will focus on the federal law governing relations between private-sector employers and workers acting collectively through unions. We will study union organizing, collective bargaining...

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Requirements: four brief response papers and one research paper This seminar will will look at the changing nature of the employment relationship and its implications for labor and employment...

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