Advocating For Workplace Justice

Friday, July 18th, 2014

Peggy Browning Fund's Regional Workshop Program has planned eight workshops around the country this fall. Intended to introduce law students to the benefits of practicing labor law and PBF's Summer Fellowship Program, the workshops include a panel discussion followed by networking. Panelists include union leaders, labor and plaintiff lawyers, labor professors, worker center directors, representatives from government agencies regulating the workplace and PBF alumni.

The Fall Schedule for Advocating for Workplace Justice is as follows. Click on the links below to go to the registration form for each session.

For further information, contact Robin Robinowitz, Program Specialist, at rrobinowitz@peggybrowningfund.org or 267-273-7995.

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