Oct 16

October Events!

Stay tuned for the next Labor Relations and Employment Law Society meeting date, time, and location! Friday, October 24th, Catholic Worker Mary House at 7:30pm Triple Alumnus Dr. Charles Russo, Law School Class of 1983, and Panzer Chair at the University of Dayton School of Education, and Adjunct Professor of Law, will discuss education as …

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Sep 27

AFL-CIO Law Student Union Summer – Apply Now!

The AFL-CIO will once again be offering Law Student Union Summer (LSUS), an exciting program for law students that combines traditional legal research and analysis with front line activism. This 10-week internship combines public interest labor related legal work with union campaigning and organizing. This position is more than just a desk job, LSUS interns …

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Sep 23

16th Annual National Law Students Workers’ Rights Conference – Maryland Oct 17th-18th

The 16th Annual National Law Students Workers’ Rights Conference is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, October 17 and 18, 2014 at the Conference Center at the Maritime Institute, Linthicum Heights, Maryland. Each year this conference brings together law students, experts and practitioners from all over the nation to discuss workers’ rights law. The conference is …

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Sep 16

Professor Gregory on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams

On Tuesday night, Professor David Gregory spoke on NBC’s Nightly News with Brian Williams about the N.F.L. Scandal and how the commissioner is handling the situation. You can see a video of this here, with the segment regarding the scandal starting at 10:35!

Sep 16

Professor David Gregory weighs in on N.F.L. and Ray Rice Scandal in The New York Times

Check out Professor Gregory’s comments on the N.F.L. commissioner’s handling of the Ray Rice scandal in The New York Times here!

Sep 15

Guest Speakers This Week!

Please join the Professor Gregory and the LRELS for two exciting guest speakers this week! September 16, 2014 – Jack Newhouse ‘12, an associate with Virginia & Ambinder LLP, will discuss wage and hour compensation claims from the plaintiff employee rights perspective. Mr. Newhouse’s practice areas are wage and hour class action litigation, and he …

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Sep 08

Fall 2014 Upcoming Events

September 9th Fall Fest 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm Great Lawn The Labor Relations and Employment Law Society E-board and members, will have various program information available. September 16th Mr. Jack Newhouse, Class of 2012, an Attorney with Virginia and Ambinder, will discuss wage and hour compensation claims from the plaintiff employee rights perspective. Room …

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Jul 11

Many Thanks to Ms. Paula Edwards and Mr. James Conlon!

The entire St. John’s Labor and Employment Law community would like to thank Ms. Paula Edwards and Mr. James Conlon for their hard work and dedication during their time at St. John’s. James Conlon has not only supported the Labor and Employment Law community in the classroom but he has been instrumental in finding many …

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May 12

Video Link – Title VII at 50 Conference

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If you missed the Title VII at Fifty Conference, you can now see what you missed on the video links. Thank you to St. John’s Law School’s IT team for putting this together. Watch video of the two day event: Video 1 – Day 1. Video 2- Day 1 Video 3 – Day 1 Click …

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Apr 23

Title VII 50th Anniversary Conference – Day Two Overview

The second day of the Symposium was held at New York University School of Law in New York City. Professor
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Director 
of the Ronald H. Brown Center for Civil Rights and Economic Development, Leonard M. Baynes, provided the opening remarks for Day two. After his remarks, Professor Baynes moderated the first panel of the …

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