Open to: All law students
Date & Time: October 12-13, 2018
Location: The Maritime Conference Center, 692 Maritime Boulevard, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090
Cost: $150-$275 – or contact Professor Garden by August 23 for the opportunity to have travel expenses covered.
Registration Process: Contact Professor Garden or register online
Registration Deadline: September 28
Contact: Professor Charlotte Garden
Anyone who is interested in being SU’s designated attendee and have travel costs defrayed should apply to Prof. Charlotte Garden via email, including 1) a copy of their resume; and 2) a brief statement of interest, which addresses what the applicant hopes to get out of the conference. (This statement need not be longer than a couple of paragraphs.) These materials must be submitted by noon on Thursday, August 23, 2018. Questions about this process should be directed to Prof. Garden.
With multiple interactive workshops, panel discussions and keynote address, the conference will give each participant additional insight into becoming an advocate for workers and their families. Students will:
- gain a greater understanding of, appreciation for and interest in the issues facing American workers;
- supplement their labor and workers’ rights courses;
- and network with fellow law students, top labor attorneys, professors, nonprofit practitioners and government officials.
Registration is now open. Students can register online or by completing the registration forms which have been sent to participating law schools.
Contact Professor Charlotte Garden for more information.