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Paul Barron

The Class of 1937 Professor of Law

AB, 1965, University of Pittsburgh; JD, 1968, University of Pennsylvania

E-mail: pbarron@tulane.edu
Telephone: 504.865.5986
Office: Weinmann Hall, Room 355-D

Biography:
Professor Barron's teaching interests are in the fields of labor law, commercial law, and alternative dispute resolution. He has written articles in these areas, as well as a book and supplements on the topic of federal regulation of real estate. He is a member of the National Academy of Arbitrators and of the arbitration panel of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service and the arbitration and mediation panels of the American Arbitration Association. Professor Barron regularly acts as an arbitrator and mediator. He is on the Editorial Advisory Board of The Banking Law Journal and is a two-time recipient of the Felix Frankfurter Distinguished Teaching Award. During 2000-01 and again in 2006-07, he served as Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs for Tulane University. From 2007 to February 2009, he served as Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Technology Services for the University.

Professor Barron's CV 

Courses:
Fall 2012 - Arbitration Seminar
Spring 2013 - Negotiation & Mediation Advocacy; Commercial Law: Secured Transactions
Other courses - Contracts II; Commercial Law: Bankruptcy; Introduction to Law & the Legal Process (undergraduate course)



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Articles
A Theory of Protected Employer Rights: A Revisionist Analysis of the Supreme Court's Interpretation of the National Labor Relations Act, 59 TEX. L. REV. 421 (1981)
An Introduction to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 95 BANKING L. J. 500 (1978)
Two Decades of 2-207: Review, Reflections and Revision (with T. Dunfee), 24 CLEV. ST. L. REV. 171 (1975)
Can Anything Be Done to Make the Upper-Level Law School Courses More Interesting?, 70 TUL. L. REV. 1881
State Statutes Dealing With HIV and AIDS: A Comprehensive State-by-State Summary (with S. Goldstein & K. Wishnev) 5 LAW & SEX. 1
A Comparative Study of Arbitration Practice in the United States and Japan, 19 J. OF JAPANESE INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ___ (English); 30 HIKAKUHO ZASSHI (THE COMPARATIVE LAW REVIEW) 53 (Japanese)
Consumer Bankruptcy in the United States, ___ HIKAKUHO ZASSHI ___
Causes and Impact of Plant Shutdowns and Relocations and Potential Non-NLRA Responses, 58 TUL. L. REV. 1389
The Louisiana Timesharing Act: An Analysis and Assessment, 58 TUL. L. REV. 863

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Linda P. Campbell
Director of Communications
tel 504.865.5976
linda.campbell@tulane.edu



 
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