The Labor & Employment Law Society, in conjunction with the Center for Labor & Employment Law hosts many events throughout the year, including the annual Management Lawyers Colloquium, the annual NYU Conference on Labor, and several distinguished speakers.
Fall 2012 Events:
Management Lawyers Colloquium - September 13, 2012, 5:30 PM – St. John’s School of Law (Queens Campus) in the Private Dining Room.
A panel of management-side attorneys will be speaking about their experiences and sharing their insight on practicing labor & employment law, hot-button issues in the field, and the current challenges they face when representing management-side clients such as companies, municipalities, and other employers.
“Songs of Labor and Love” - October 5, 2012 at 7:45 PM at the Maryhouse Catholic Worker, 55 East 3rd Street, NYC & October 6, 2012 at 8:00 PM (doors open at 6:30 PM) at the St. John’s Manhattan Campus Auditorium, 101 Murray Street, NYC.
Two free concerts sponsored by the Center for Labor & Employment Law, featuring the music of Hugh Blumenfeld.
Hugh Blumenfeld, Ph.D., M.D. is a great friend of St. John’s, first performing at St. John’s on November 13, 1997 to open for New Zealand Trade Federation President Maxine Gay, and on both November 21, 1998 and October 28, 2003 with Richard Shindell.
He has performed at the Catholic Worker and at the 1997 annual conference of the New York State Labor Religion Coalition. Hugh is a singer-songwriter who came out of the Greenwich Village folk scene in the 1980s. For nearly two decades he performed at top folk clubs and festivals across the U.S. as well as several tours abroad in Europe and Israel. Through the 1990s, Hugh released four critically acclaimed albums on Prime CD, an independent New York label. His most recent CD, Dad, came out on the respected Waterbug label earlier this year.
Spring 2013 Events:
For more information about upcoming events or to RSVP, please contact Labor & Employment Law Society Co-President, Alyssa Zuckerman, at firstname.lastname@example.org.