Still looking for classes to round out your schedule? There are openings in several L&E classes taught by some of our amazing adjunct professors! Check out ERISA Pensions and Benefits, Protective Legislation for Workers, and Advanced Labor Law for taught by John Campbell, Evan Barouh and Troy Rosasco, and Karen Fernbach, respectively. These classes are a great way to learn from current practitioners in the field!
On September 13th, 2012, the Center for Labor & Employment Law held it’s 16th annual Management Lawyers Colloquium. The panelists included: Christine Hogan, an associate at Littler Mendelson; Steven Johnson, Group Director of Labor Relations, Northeast Region, at Coca-Cola; Terry O’Neil, partner at Bond, Schoeneck & King; Howard Sokol, partner at Holland & Knight; Evan J. Spelfogel, partner at Epstein, Becker & Green; and Richard Zuckerman, partner at Lamb & Barnosky. The topics covered included the issues management-side attorneys and employers face when dealing with social media in the workplace, navigating and keeping employers in compliance with the NLRB’s advice on social media issues, the challenges associated with advising management-side clients in both the public and private sectors, the pros and cons of practicing labor and employment law, and how to break into the labor and employment law field.
Also announced at the event was the winner of this year’s Jackson Lewis scholarship for Excellence in Labor and Employment law, in memory of Alan C. Becker, May Mansour ’14, and the inaugural winner of the Cesar Chavez Memorial Scholarship, Amanda Jaret ’13. The panel discussion was followed by a dinner for all those in attendance.