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75th Annual NYU Conference on Labor & Employment Law: Reform for the Long Haul

May 23-24, 2023​​​​​​ | Register here.

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Join the Special 75th NYU Conference on Labor and Employment Law: Reform for the Long Haul. May 23-24, 2023 at NYU Law on long-term labor and policy proposals that may attract consensus on both sides of the aisle.

Proceedings to be published by the ABA Journal of Labor & Employment Law. Applying for NYS CLE. Early bird discounts to April 24th! Please CLICK HERE for a full agenda and to register.

Conference speakers include government policy-makers US Solicitor of Labor Seema Nanda, NLRB Chair Lauren McFerran and NLRB General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo, EEOC Commissioner Keith Sonderling, FTC Dir. of the Office of Policy & Planning Elizabeth Wilkins, and OFCCP NE Regional Dir. Diana Sen, as well as in-house counsel, academics, and leading labor and employment lawyers.

Topics include:

  • Labor and Employment Law Reform Proposals for the Long Haul
  • Pay Equity OFCCP Compliance and Pay Equity Litigation Skills Sessions
  • FTC Proposed Rules Banning Non-Competes
  • Pregnancy and Related Issues at Work Post-Dobbs
  • Implications of the Harvard/UNC Affirmative Action Cases for Employer Diversity Initiatives
  • Developments in AI and the Use of Automated Employment Decision Tools
  • Sectoral Bargaining
  • And more

With support from HRPolicy Association, APTMetrics, and Resolution Economics. Advance registration is required. Applying for NYS CLE. Breakfast and lunch, plus Day 1 reception included.


Watch NYU Labor Center's 3rd Annual Student Scholarship Presentations in Labor and Employment Law

Vico Fortier, 3L: Employment Discrimination by Religious Organizations After Bostock
Commentator: Marjorie Mesidor (Phillips & Associates)

Grace O'Brien, 3L: Citizenship Status Discrimination
Commentator: Troy Kessler (Kessler Matura)

Kate Evans, 2L: The Prison Wage Dilemma: A Case Study of Administrative Law Challenges to New York's Correctional Industries Program Wage Policy
Commentator: Holly Weiss (HWH Mediation)


See Professor Estreicher in the News here.