George Roumell

George RoumellAdjunct Professor
Law College Building
648 N. Shaw Lane Rm 368
East Lansing, MI 48824-1300

  • Biography

    George T. Roumell, Jr., a senior partner with the Law Firm of Riley, Roumell and Connolly, is an arbitrator and mediator. In addition to his private and court-annexed appointments, Professor Roumell serves on the rosters of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, the American Arbitration Association and the Michigan Employment Relations Commission. He served as Law Clerk to the Michigan Supreme Court and, since 1957, has served as adjunct professor of labor law and alternative dispute resolution at Michigan State University College of Law. He is the recipient of three significant awards: the Whitney North Seymour Award for Contributions to the Field of Labor Arbitration (American Arbitration Association-1990); the Distinguished Service Award (Labor and Employment Law Section-1999); and, the Robert P. Hudson Award (State Bar of Michigan-2003).

    Mr. Roumell is also well published. He has authored Roumell's Primer on Labor Arbitration (ICLE, Ann Arbor, MI) 7th ed., and served as co-author of, "Absenteeism and the Impact of the Family and Medical Leave Act," Labor Arbitration Institute (2002).

  • Degrees

    Honorary LL.D. Detroit College of Law 1986; J.D. Harvard University 1954; B.A. University of Michigan 1951