Apr 21

Congratulations to 2015 Scholarship Winners!

Dean Michael A. Simons, Dean and John V. Brennan Professor of Law and Ethics, and Professor David L. Gregory, the Dorothy Day Professor of Law and Executive Director of the Center, are pleased to announce the St. John’s Law students named 2015 Scholars for Excellence. They would also like to thank all of the generous …

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Mar 29

Updated Syllabus for L&E Arbitration

Attention Students! The syllabus for Labor and Employment Arbitration has been updated to reflect the updated class schedule. Find it here: Labor and Employment Arbitration Syllabus revised March 29 2015 or see the LRELS TWEN page.

Mar 15

Remembering Cardinal Egan

Cardinal Egan visits St. John's

The Center for Labor and Employment joins St. John’s Law, along with many others, in mourning the passing of Cardinal Edward M. Egan, who served as an honorary chair of the CLEL. The Center was honored to host Cardinal Egan last semester, and as Professor David. L. Gregory said, “Everyone at St. John’s was privileged …

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Mar 02

ABC Labor Relations Intern Summer 2015

This internship opportunity was forwarded along, which provides an exceptional opportunity to work for a well-known company with a highly unionized workforce. The job link is here and can also be accessed on Symplicity.

Feb 18

2015 Scholarships – Apply Now!

Attention Students! We are taking applications for labor and employment law scholarships Tuesday, February 10 through March 5, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. There are many scholarships being awarded including the Coca-Cola Scholarship. All interested applicants should submit an hard copy AND electronic application by 6:00PM MARCH 5 TO JANET KROLL IN THE LAW SCHOOL. Candidates …

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Feb 11

Step Backwards for Kansas: Governor Rescinds Order Protecting Gay State Workers

On Tuesday, February 10th, Republican Governor Sam Brownback rescinded a 2007 executive order that prohibited employment discrimination against gays, lesbians, bisexuals and the transgendered in state government jobs. Over 7 years ago, Governor Kathleen Sebelius, a Democrat, passed the executive order, which required government agencies to have programs that prevents harassment against any member of …

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Feb 09

NEXT LRLES General Body Meeting Feb 10th at 5:30pm!

The general meeting of the Labor Relations And Employment Law Society will be TOMORROW 2/10/15 in room 2M-08 at 5:30pm. ELECTIONS will take place and the process for applying for scholarships will be announced. Professor Gregory will discuss the job search, electives, cover letters, resumes, networking, scholarship and employment opportunities, and our upcoming events. We …

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Jan 20

New York State Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section Writing and Service Award Winners!

For the first time in the history of the NY State Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section’s annual writing competition for law students, this year all three prizes (the Stein Memorial Scholarships) have been won by law students at one law school–St. John’s. Anthony Holesworth ’16 won first prize for his paper, “Student-Athletes or …

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Dec 22

Office Hours with Professor Gregory

Dear Students of Professor Gregory’s Employment Law and Employment Discrimination, Professor Gregory will be available to meet with anyone wishing to review fall semester 2014 exams, beginning Wednesday January 28. Please contact Janet Kroll, 4th floor front desk, for an appointment after 2 pm on Jan 28, Feb 2 and 4. C grades and lower …

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Nov 11

Attention Students: Upcoming Writing Competitions

Any student who has written about a Labor or Employment law topic should check out these upcoming writing competitions. For the rules and regulations please see the individual competitions’ websites. The Dr. Emanuel Stein and Kenneth D. Stein Memorial Writing Competition New York State Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section: Deadline: December 5, 2014 …

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