The 55th Annual Course on Labor Law and Arbitration, being organized by the Centre for American and International Law, aims to make budding lawyers with labor laws, arbitration, and its allied fields.
The Center for American and International Law (CAIL) is an international nonprofit educational institution established in 1947 for lawyers, judges and law enforcement professionals located in Plano, Texas. Today, CAIL’s educational institutes have established internationally recognized forums and programs addressing law enforcement administration, energy law, international and comparative law, transnational arbitration, law and technology, criminal justice, and other relevant topics.
About the Course
This Recorded Program is the recorded proceedings of the 55th Annual Course on Labor Law and Labor Arbitration, offered from April 10-13 2017. Although the basic framework and major precepts of the National Labor Relations Act have been little changed over the intervening years, one should understand that some of the cases discussed in the Program and Program materials may have been modified or even overruled by now.
How to Register?
Interested candidates can register through the link given at the end of the post.
- Regular Registration: $1300
- Government/Academic/Non-Profit Employees: $1200
- Multiple Registrant Discount – available to 2nd & 3rd registrants from the same organization after the first registers at full price: $1200
- Multiple Registrant Discount – available to 4th & more registrants from the same organization: $960
Topic and Panelists
What Is A Labor Lawyer (Professionalism, Roles & Responsibilities; time includes 15 minutes Ethics).
- A. John Harper III, Conference Co-Chair, Littler Mendelson, PC, Houston, Texas
- Rod Tanner, Conference Co-Chair, Tanner And Associates, PC, Fort Worth, Texas
Mode of the Course
This course will take place in an online mode.
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