Labor and Employment Law Section

The Section's members represent all perspectives of labor and employment Law: management, union, plaintiff, neutral and public.

Syllabus: 21-Day Racial Equity Habit-Building Challenge ©

The Council of the ABA Labor & Employment Law Section is proud to announce its participation in the “21-Day Racial Equity Habit-Building Challenge © ” and to invite LEL Section members to join us.

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Learn About the Benefits of Membership

Membership in the ABA Labor & Employment Law Section delivers the benefits that you use every day.

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News from Bloomberg Law

Daily Labor Report® is the premier resource that the nation’s foremost labor and employment professionals rely on for authoritative, analytical coverage of top labor and employment news.

Here’s How to Navigate Virus Aid and Minimize Risk: Part 4

The question “Can our company provide FFCRA leave?” is simple enough. And the answer starts simply enough, with a question about threshold: Do you have fewer than 500 employees? But from there things get complicated.

Section Spotlights

Webinars and On-Demand

Webinars sponsored by the Section of Labor and Employment Law.

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Events & CLE

Opportunities for continuing education, professional networking and collaborating to move the field forward, including the 2021 Midwinter Meeting season.

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Labor and Employment Law Publications

Continuing education and collaboration through sharing knowledge and ideas is the lifeblood of the profession. Our section provides a diverse variety of publishing resources to inform and transform members.

Section Publications

Labor and Employment Law Newsletter

Published quarterly, the newsletter contains information on current Section projects, recent development and decisions, upcoming educational opportunities, new books, and other news that is of interest to Section members.

ABA Journal of Labor & Employment Law

Published since 1985, the journal provides balanced discussions of current developments in labor and employment law to meet the practical needs of attorneys, judges, administrators, and the public.

About the Section

The Section's members represent all perspectives of labor and employment Law: management, union, plaintiff, neutral and public. We are committed to a balanced discussion of employment issues throughout the world. Section membership is open to all regular, associate and law student members of the American Bar Association.

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