Labor and Employment Law Section
Welcome to the Washington State Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section.
The WSBA Labor and Employment Law Section is one of the larger sections of the state bar with over 900 members. The Section includes members who practice many different aspects of labor and employment law, including lawyers representing private and public sector employers, unions, management, and individual employees, as well as law professors, arbitrators, and other neutrals. Section members practice in all geographic areas of the state. Lawyers interested in joining the Section may go here for additional information.
14th Annual Labor and Employment Conference
When: Nov. 21, 2014
8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Where: Washington State Convention Center
Registration is available online
Download brochure and agenda
Easily accessible at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle (and via simulcast for those located in other parts of the state or unable to attend in person). Whether you practice labor and employment law a little or a lot, and regardless of your degree of experience, this is a can’t-miss CLE. It will include outstanding speakers and balanced, interactive speaker panels.
Speakers and topics include:
In addition to providing you with essential information for your practice, the conference provides you with the opportunity to hear from top practitioners representing a range of public and private sector employers and employees, and unions, as well as judges, professors, and other neutrals, in a balanced manner. It affords you an excellent opportunity to network with your colleagues from all over the state, representing all perspectives of the labor and employment area.
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Section members: To join the Section list serve and for general questions, please send your email address and Bar number to email@example.com. For more information and to get involved with the Section, please contact the Section chair, Margaret Cary.
Bylaws, Annual Report, and Executive Committee
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