The American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law is pleased to announce that nomination forms are now being accepted for the Annual Federal Labor and Employment Attorney of the Year Award (FL&EAYA) for outstanding achievement in the field of labor and employment law.
Past honorees include:
Lafe Solomon, National Labor Relations Board
Peter Sutton, Federal Labor Relations Authority
Peggy Mastroianni, Equal Employment Commission
Edward Clair, U.S. Department of Labor
Vincent Blackwood, Equal Employment Commission
Harold Datz, National Labor Relations Board
Robert Canino, Equal Employment Commission
Stanley Zirkin, National Labor Relations Board
The Section is concerned with fairness and equal opportunity in our nation’s workplaces. Section members represent employees, employers, unions, third party neutrals and workplace advocates. We partner with dedicated civil servants who implement and enforce our nation’s labor and employment laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures. However, the Section recognizes that our federal partners are often underappreciated and not adequately recognized for their accomplishments.
This prestigious award is a salute to federal labor and employment lawyers and their many accomplishments. Any career attorney in the field who has made a significant contribution to the field is eligible for nomination. All nominations will be considered. The honoree will be chosen based on his or her commitment to government service, demonstrated contribution to the legal profession and sustained excellence in the quality of their work product. The FL&EAYA trophy is accompanied by an expense paid trip to the Section Annual Conference which will be held in this year.
Download Award guidelines (PDF) here.
The Federal Labor and Employment Attorney of the Year Award is a symbol of public/private partnership in the furtherance of fairness and equal opportunity. We encourage you to share this information with your friends and colleagues. By nominating a government attorney for the FL&EAYA, you are showing your appreciation for our nation’s talented career service lawyers.
Nominations must be received by July 2, 2013. Download nomination form (PDF) here.