The registration period is from July 30th,2018 9:00 am to October 12th,2018 5:00 pm

20th Annual National Law Students Workers’ Rights Conference

October 12th,2018 5:30 pm - October 13th,2018 5:00 pm

Maritime Conference Center
692 Maritime Blvd
Linthicum Heights, MD, 21090
http://mccbwi.org/

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If you're a law student interested in workers' rights issues, the National Law Students Workers' Rights Conference is an exciting opportunity for you to meet labor law experts and practitioners as well as other law students from throughout the nation. With an impressive lineup of speakers and workshop facilitators, the conference will help you make valuable contacts and gain thought-provoking, practical information as you discuss timely issues affecting workers' rights.

If you're a law student and would like to register for the conference, please scroll down to the registration area below.

PLEASE NOTE: You must select ALL the options you need, regardless of who will be paying. At checkout you will have the option of making a partial payment. For example, if you are not a PBF Fellow, and PBF is sponsoring your attendance you'll just need to pay $30 for the registration fee portion of the cost.

 

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