Tuesday, January 19, 2010
The Forum is designed to provide junior scholars with commentary and critique by their more senior colleagues in the legal academy and, more broadly, to foster development and understanding of new scholarly currents across employment and labor law.
To that end, Seton Hall will convene its fourth annual Employment & Labor Law Scholars' Forum on January 22rd-23th. This year’s Forum will feature four presenters:
- Jason R. Bent, Smith & Bent, P.C. (Chicago, IL), The Telltale Sign of Discrimination: Information Asymmetries, Statistical Evidence, and the Pattern or Practice Doctrine
- Charlotte Garden, Georgetown University Law Center, Labor Values Are First Amendment Values: Why Union Comprehensive Campaigns Are Protected Speech
- Stephen M. Rich, USC Gould School of Law, Against Prejudice
- Hina B. Shah, Golden Gate University School of Law, Broadening Workers’ Access to Justice: Individual Liability of Corporate Officers and Agents for Unpaid Wages
The Forum's commenters are: Roberto L. Corrada (University of Denver Sturm College of Law),
Trina Jones (University of California Irvine School of Law), Susan P. Sturm (Columbia Law School), Rebecca H. White (University of Georgia Law School), Timothy P. Glynn (Seton Hall University School of Law), Tristin K. Green, (Seton Hall University School of Law), Charles A. Sullivan (Seton Hall University School of Law), Michael J. Zimmer (Loyola University Chicago School of Law).
Looks to be a great line-up of presentations, as usual. For more information, check out the forum's website.