John M. Gradwohl
Judge Harry A. Spencer Professor of Law
217 LAW UNL 68583-0902
(402)472-1254 | Email
Areas of Expertise
- B.S., 1951, LL.B., 1953, University of Nebraska
- LL.M., 1957, Harvard Law School
- Associate Professor of Law, 1959
- Associate Professor of Law, 1960-63
- Judge, Nebraska Commission of Industrial Relations, 1963-1972 & 1978-1985
- Professor of Law, 1963-present
- Labor Arbitrator, 1965 to present
- Visiting Professor, Texas A & M University, 1979
- Ross McCollum Professor of Law, 1985-2004
- Judge Harry A. Spencer Professor of Law 2004
Professor Gradwohl was born in 1930. B.S., 1951, LL.B., 1953, University of Nebraska; LL.M., 1957, Harvard Law School. Admitted to practice: Nebraska, 1953. Teaching positions: Associate Professor, 1959-60, University of Minnesota; Associate Professor, 1960-63, Professor 1963-present; Visiting Professor, Texas A & M University, 1979. Current subjects: Arbitration, Legislation Seminar. Judge, Nebraska Commission of Industrial Relations (1963-1972 & 1978-1985); labor arbitrator, 1965 to present.
Law 709/G (1-4 cr) Law, process, and skills; federal and state laws; commercial, labor, employment, securities, construction, international, and court-annexed arbitration; and other topics related to arbitration.
Law 777/G (EDAD 963) (1-4 cr) Development of further skills in drafting and interpreting statutes, understanding legislative processes and decision making, and evaluating the role of legislation in governmental regulation. Opportunity for in-depth study of subjects pertaining to or involving legislation, centering on subjects considered by the Nebraska Legislature and the Nebraska legislative process.