NUSL's annual Labor and Employment Program provides a unique opportunity to hear from fellow grads, all of whom are recognized experts in the field of labor and employment law. Don't miss this chance to gain new connections and new perspectives on issues of critical importance to attorneys, judges, neutrals, government practitioners, union representatives, in-house counsel and human resources professionals. Anyone with an interest in labor and employment law is encouraged to attend! 

The 2018 School of Law Annual Labor and Employment program will be held on Thursday, November 29, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. and will consist of two topical panel discussions, followed by a networking reception with light refreshments and cocktails.

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5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Panel 1: Labor and Employment Law from the Bench

Two jurists — both former labor and employment practitioners — will share their insights into how this area of the law looks from the perspective of the bench. They will also speak about what advocates should be aware of when presenting cases to judges who are familiar with labor and employment law as well as those who do not have previous practice experience in the field.

Mark Irvings’75

Associate Justice Mary Sullivan ’81, Massachusetts Appeals Court
Judge Indira Talwani, US District Court for the District of Massachusetts

6:30 - 7:30 p.m. 
Panel 2: Implications of the #MeToo Movement for Attorneys Representing Plaintiffs, Unions and Employees

The wave of accusations of inappropriate conduct against co-workers or supervisors raises issues in regard to how to assess client stories, how to conduct proper investigations, how to protect people from formal or informal retaliation, and how to balance the rights and obligations when the accuser and alleged harasser are both members of the union.

Mark Irvings ’75

Beth Myers ’09
, Powers, Jodoin, Margolis & Mantell
Jennifer Smith ’07, Sandulli Grace
Andrea Evans Zoia ’12, Morgan Brown & Joy

7:30 - 8:30 p.m. 

Northeastern University School of Law 
250 Dockser Hall (65 Forsyth Street) 
Reception held in the lounge outside of 250 Dockser. 

This year's post-panel networking reception is graciously sponsored by Morgan, Brown & Joy.