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WASHINGTON, Jan. 29, 2014 — Through its 18 standing committees, the American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law has more than a dozen meetings on its agenda through this spring.
The calendar includes 15 sessions through the beginning of May. Some of the more popular events include:
The ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law has more than 25,000 members who represent all perspectives of labor and employment law: management, union, plaintiff, neutral and public. Its midwinter meetings represent the section’s most concentrated source of substantive content and include programs that offer demonstrations of practical skills and techniques; panel discussions involving experts, government agency representatives and judges; and scholarly, insightful papers reviewing recent developments.
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