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Alexa Kulwiec

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Expert on federal and state labor law, labor/management relations, practice before National Labor Relations Board, Collective Bargaining

Associate Professor, Department of Labor Education; Adjunct Labor Law Professor, UW Law School Division of Continuing Studies Law School Work: 608-262-0593 — Home and cell phones available upon request


  • Traditional labor law, including union organizing, collective bargaining, employee protections, and strikes and lockouts.
  • Wisconsin Workers' Compensation Law
  • Labor Relations, including labor arbitration, collective bargaining and NLRB.
  • Agricultural labor, agricultural law, and local food systems.


  • Author, Maine Law Review article entiteld Food of their Choosing: Improvine Access to Locally Grown, Sustain and Real Food.
  • Author, Kentucky Law Review, Protecting U.S. Agricultural Workers Utilizing Exisiting Legal Structures and Augments to the U.S. Farm Bill.
  • Contributing Editor, The Development Labor Law.