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Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Labor Law Group 2022 Meeting Program - cohosted by USD's Center for Employment and Labor Policy (CELP)

next week we are excited that the Labor Law Group 2022 Meeting is coming to USD - the first big event that our new Center for Employment and Labor Policy (CELP) is co-hosting. Professors Ruben Garcia and Labor Law Group Chair Jeff Hirsch put together the panels which include:

Discussing Discrimination

Speakers:    Brad Areheart, University of Tennessee College of Law

                        Marcia McCormick, St. Louis University School of Law

                        Rachel Arnow-Richman, University of Florida Levin College of Law

                        Michael Green, Texas A & M School of Law

Moderator:    Nicole Porter, Chicago-Kent College of Law

Hot Topics in Labor Law

Speakers:   Roberto Corrada, University of Denver, Sturm College of Law

                        Charles Morris, Emeritus, SMU Dedman School of Law

Lea VanderVelde, University of Iowa College of Law

Moderator:    Ruben J. Garcia, William S. Boyd School of Law, UNLV

The Local Labor Movement in Southern California

Mikaiil Hussein, President, United Taxi Workers of San Diego

Starbucks United Worker, Long Beach

Peter Zschiesche, Labor’s Alliance, San Diego

Technology in the Workplace

Speakers:    Matt Bodie, University of Minnesota Law School

                        Cindy Estlund, NYU School of Law

                        Jeff Hirsch, UNC School of Law

                        Orly Lobel, University of San Diego, School of Law

Moderator:    Jeff Hirsch

Worker Centers at the Intersections

Speakers:    Sameer Ashar, UC Irvine School of Law

                        Llezlie Green, American University Washington College of Law

                        César Rosado Marzán, University of Iowa College of Law

Moderator:    Noah Zatz, UCLA School of Law

All About Arbitration

Speakers:   Lise Gelernter, Emerita, University of Buffalo School of Law

Martin Malin, Emeritus, Chicago-Kent College of Law                               

Moderator:    Cyndi Nance, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

 Organizing and the Law: Lessons from California Hotel Sector Campaigns

Innovating Work-Law Enforcement

Speakers:    Catherine Fisk, University of California, Berkeley School of Law 

                        Ruben J. Garcia, William S. Boyd School of Law, UNLV

                        Charlotte Garden, University of Minnesota Law School

 

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This looks like a great lineup. One missing subject area for future consideration: labor activism in the capital markets. This is of growing significance. Both the AFL-CIO and SOC have active capital markets programs and many T-H and public sector funds are among the most impactful activists. It's an area that deserves closer attention in academia.

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