UC-Davis Lecturers Win in Court

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More than three years after filing an unfair practice charge against UC Davis, former UC Davis lecturers are seeing progress in their fight against the university’s plan to “re-balance” the number of research faculty and lecturers on campus. An administrative law judge with the state’s Public Employment Relations Board issued a proposed decision in their favor, finding that the university interfered with the lecturers’ right to be represented by the University Council-American Federation of Teachers. UC-AFT filed the unfair practice charge against the university in April 2001, but no action was taken until UC-AFT amended the charge the following year. […]
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