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Careers in Labor and Employment Law

Summer Series 2024 
Careers in Labor and Employment Law
Tuesday, June 25, 2024 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Format: Hybrid
Free registration for students and alumni from sponsoring law schools*

Description:

As technology reshapes the way we work and the global economy undergoes profound transformations, the field of Labor and Employment Law has never been more relevant or vital. From addressing the challenges of remote work to ensuring fair treatment in the workplace, this program offers invaluable insights into the legal issues shaping the future of work, while exploring how recent shifts in work patterns and business models are reshaping the legal landscape.

Attorneys who work in this space must be prepared to address myriad issues. Whether you’re interested in workers' rights, advising businesses on compliance issues, or shaping future labor policies, this program will help you chart a course for success in a dynamic and ever-changing field. Our experienced panelists will discuss their practices from different perspectives and share how they got started in their careers as well as recommendations for aspiring Labor and Employment lawyers.

Moderator:
Mary Walsh Fitzpatrick, Albany Law School
Regina E. Faul, Phillips Nizer LLP 

Speakers
Susan V. Wallace, U.S. Army
Liran Messinger, Duane Morris 
Tahnee Baker, FanDuel
Jody L. Klipple, Service Employees International Union, Local 721


*Students and alumni from sponsoring law schools: To ensure your free registration, update the law school section under Manage My Account before registering, or register using your law school email address. For questions or to register, sign in or call (212) 382-6663.
                      
Program Fee:
Students and Alumni of Sponsoring Schools: Free*
Members: $15
Non-Members: $30

Sponsoring Association Committees:

Career Advancement and Management, Robye Margolius, Chair
New Lawyer Institute, Brian Farkas, Chair
Law Student Perspectives, Jesse Kearney, Chair

Co-sponsoring Association Committee:
Labor & Employment Committee, Tracey Salmon-Smith, Chair


Thank You to our Sponsoring Law Schools:


To become a sponsoring law school, please contact Connor Doyle at cdoyle@nycbar.org.

Please Note: 
This hybrid event will be held in-person with a live webcast of the panel presentation. Select your preference for in-person or virtual attendance before completing your registration below. Virtual attendees will receive a final confirmation email containing the Zoom link and access code 2 hours prior to the event.




Where
42 W 44th Street New York 10036

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