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The mission of the Labor and Employment Law Section is to serve and support our members and others through opportunities for education, leadership, networking, and public service, and by providing quality programs, publications, scholarships and awards relating to the field of labor and employment law. We encourage you to Join the Section to experience the many benefits of Section membership. For Section members, we hope you will Get Involved with the Section through participation on committees, writing articles for our publications, or volunteering to present at one of our CLE offerings.
As incoming chair, my first order of business is to recognize the phenomenal work of our Council members and Committee chairs and members. This column would be at least five inches longer if I named every person in the past year who wrote or edited an article for the Checkoff or the Journal; worked on the upkeep of the website or creation of a listserv; sent out e-alerts; planned a seminar; found or was a speaker; performed outreach to law schools and local bar associations; served as a liaison with the Bar’s Board of Specialization or Board of Governors or with enforcement agencies or the ABA; worked on special projects to categorize judicial practices in FLSA among the federal bar; planned and made presentations to state court judges; mentored; represented our Section at community functions or at any other of the innumerable activities in which our Section is engaged.» Read the Full Message
The Section is pleased to announce a unique CLE opportunity. For this course, the Section has packaged the audio recordings from the two popular ethics presentations below. The course has been awarded 2.5 hours of CLE credit, all of which may be applied towards ethics credit. Expectations from the Bench on Ethical and Professional Practice […]» Read Entire Post