22 Lab. & Emp. L. 1 (1993-1994)

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                                                                    VOLUME XXII, NUMBER 1, FALL 1993

SECTION OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW OF THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION 750 NORTH LAKE SHORE DRIVE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60611


Basic Labor and Employment Law Today:

           How to Prepare for Tomorrow


                  October 28-29, 1993

  Northwestern University School of Law


An address by Professor William B. Gould IV of Stan-
ford Law School, the Chair-designate of the National
Labor Relations Board, will be one of the many high-
lights of the Second Annual Basic Labor and Employ-
ment Law National Institute to be held on October 28 and
29, 1993, at Northwestern University School of Law in
Chicago. The program will showcase nationally
renowned faculty from all sides of the labor and employ-
ment bar who will present a timely and comprehensive
review of labor and employment law.
   The first day will feature plenary programs on
employment discrimination law and numerous breakout
sessions covering matters ranging from the ADEA to
ADR and workplace torts. Another option presented for
more experienced practitioners is the advanced litigation
program with U.S. District Court Judge Milton I. Shadur.
This program will utilize a town hall format to maxi-
mize discussion and exchange of views on effective liti-
gation strategies.
   The second day will begin with a comprehensive


The 1993 Annual Meeting in
New York was very successful,
with a large attendance and a
number of panels covering a
variety of subjects. I thank the
co-chairs of the Institutes and
Meetings   Committee, Jana
Howard Carey and Charles
Werner, and all the speakers who
contributed to the program.
   Vince Apruzzese, my prede-        Leo Geffner
cessor, not only devoted a sub-
stantial amount of time to Section activities, but also
guided the Section through a successful year with great
dedication and wisdom. We are all very appreciative of
Vince' s work and thank him for his efforts.



Copyright  1993 American Bar Association


review of Department of Labor regulations, including the
Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 and the glass-
ceiling initiatives. Plenary sessions also will be presented
on the NLRA and ERISA. Breakout sessions for this day
include programs on workers compensation and the
ADA, workplace rearrangements, grievance and arbitra-
tion, and public-sector labor law.
   According to participants at last year's program, the
diversity of presenter backgrounds was great and the
program content was lauded as informative, practical,
and comprehensive. The program is regarded as espe-
cially helpful to attorneys just entering labor and employ-
ment practice or to those who seek a quick refresher in
this practice area. The low cost of the program ($325 for
Section members) is designed to allow a firm or corpora-
tion to send several persons to the conference. CLE credit
will be offered.
   To register for this National Institute, or for additional
information, please call 1/800/964-4CLE (4253) or
312/988-6200.                                     U


   The Labor and Employment Law Section is now one
of the largest in the ABA with over 17,000 members. The
membership covers the entire spectrum of labor and
employment lawyers, and includes management and
union attorneys, arbitrators, mediators, academicians,
public officials, and attorneys representing individuals in
discrimination and termination cases.
   The Council, which is the Section's elected governing
body, consists primarily of management and union attor-
neys, but also includes lawyers representing academics
and arbitrators as well as individual plaintiffs. Because of
the highly controversial and frequently opposing views
on labor law held by management and union attorneys,
the Council has traditionally functioned on a consensus
basis. During the past few years, however, the Council
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