Thursday, January 17, 2013

Washburn Symposium: LEL in the 21st Century

W Joe Mastrosimone sends us word of Washburn School of Law's upcoming symposium Employment and Labor Law in the 21st Century: Changes in the Arenas of Conflict.  The symposium will be held on Thursday, February 28, 2013.  It will feature three panels: (1) Technology, Social Media, and Privacy Issues in Employment and Labor Law; (2) The Landscape of Private Sector Labor Law in the 21st Century; and (3) The Landscape of Public Sector Law in the 21st Century. 

A keynote address will be given by Former Chairman and Member of the National Labor Relations Board Peter Schaumber.

The panelists and moderators include a number of labor and employment law scholars:

  • Associate Dean Aïda Alaka (Washburn University School of Law),
  • Associate Dean Rafael Gely (University of Missouri School of Law),
  • Prof. Robert Sprague (University of Wyoming College of Business), 
  • Prof. Michael Duff (University of Wyoming College of Law), 
  • Prof. Joseph Mastrosimone (Washburn University School of Law),
  • Prof. John Raudabaugh (Ave Maria School of Law),
  • Prof. Stephen Befort (University of Minnesota Law School),
  • Prof. Joseph Slater (University of Toledo College of Law).

The panelists and moderators also include a number of practitioners:

  • Terry Mann, Partner Martin Pringle Attorneys at Law,
  • Lisa Jones, Washburn University Counsel and Secretary to the Washburn Board of Regents,
  • Martin Walter, General Counsel, Carpenters District Council of Greater St. Louis & Vicinity, and
  • W. Terrence Kilroy, Partner Polsinelli Shughart PC, Kansas City.

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