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School Committee of Lowell v. Robishaw


Docket #SJC-10512
Date January 5, 2010
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JusticesMarshall, C.J., Ireland, Spina, Cowin, Cordy, Botsford, Gants, JJ.
SummarySchool and School Committee, Termination of employment, Arbitration. Public employment, Termination. Arbitration, School committee, Authority of arbitrator, Award, Judicial review. Public policy.
Appealed FromMiddlesex Superior Court, Justice Dennis J. Curran
BriefsSee selection available in PDF format at Supreme Judicial Court website
Counsel for Appellant
(Appearing)
Robishaw:  Srinivas Ramineni, Christy C. Fujio
Counsel for Appellee
(Appearing)
School Committee of Lowell:  James P. Hall, Raymond T. Weicker
Amici CuriaeAsian American Legal Defense and Education Fund; Allies Working With APA Youth; American Civil Liberties Union; Boston Asian Youth Essential Service; Children's Law Center of Massachusetts; Community Change, Inc.; Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law of the Boston Bar Association; Massachusetts Center for Collaborative Education; Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition; Multicultural Education, Training & Advocacy, Inc.; National Lawyers' Guild, Massachusetts Chapter; Southeast Asia Resource Action Center; Union of Minority Neighborhoods

OpinionClick to link to the slip opinion of the Supreme Judicial Court, in PDF format (requires Adobe Acrobat)

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