A former Arthur Garfield Hays Civil Liberties Fellow at New York University School of Law, Professor Rabin practiced labor law as a labor union counsel and as an associate with a New York firm. He remains active in the field as a labor arbitrator, mediator, and fact-finder. He co-wrote a case book on labor law and a book on the rights of employees. He is the editor of the American Bar Association’s The Labor Lawyer. Professor Rabin teaches courses in labor law, public law processes, contracts, conflict resolution, law firm, and employment discrimination.