Labor and Employment Law Executive Committee
The section provides a forum for individuals with an interest in labor relations and employment issues. Section members include specialists and generalists from across the labor and employment law spectrum, individual practitioners, law firms, government agencies, labor unions, corporate representatives, and neutrals.
The executive committee:
- presents MCLE-accredited section programs throughout the year, including conferences focused on both public sector and private sector employment and labor law, and advanced courses on wage and hour laws;
- publishes sixs issues of the Labor Laws and Employment Law Review;
- strives to keep a balance of plaintiff-side practitioners, defense-side practitioners and neutrals.
All section members are encouraged to participate on the standing committees, but only attorney members admitted in California are eligible to serve on the executive committee. Executive committee members are expected to be actively involved in organizing and leading the section's programs and publications.
Section participation and previous experience in planning and coordinating educational programs are factors considered in the appointment review. In addition, diversity of all kinds is a core belief of the committee. Lawyers throughout California who meet these qualifications and who are willing and able to make the time commitment are encouraged to apply.
For questions regarding section requirements or how to become more involved in section activities, please contact the section's staff administrator or chair.
- Expected 2016-17 vacancies: 8
- Meetings per year: 4 in-person; 1 by conference call
- 2015-16 Chair: Amy J. Oppenheimer, Berkeley
- Staff Contact: Carol Zlongst 415-538-2585
Deadline for 2016 applications: Jan. 29, 2016
2016-17 terms begin: Conclusion of 2016 State Bar Annual Meeting (Oct. 2, 2016)