CAIL’s annual Labor Law and Labor Arbitration Program will be held May 7-10. Co-chaired by Dean Doug Ray (St. Thomas University School of Law) and Art Carter (Haynes and Boone, LLP), this intensive basic course on labor law and labor arbitration emphasizes the legal framework within which employers, unions, and individual employees pursue their interests. It is designed to be a practical guide for the practice of labor law.
Highlights of the conference will include the road to representation under the NLRA, a facilitated discussion with practicing attorneys and Region 16 NLRB staff, and a luncheon presentation by NLRB’s Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon.
Co-chair Dean Ray advises potential registrants that “with the help of nationally outstanding labor law professors, experienced expert practitioners at the top of their profession, and dedicated NLRB officials, we will provide both an overview of the field and detailed practice tips. You will also have the opportunity to get to know and learn from the other talented members of your class. Past attendees have come from all over the country and included management and union attorneys, corporate counsel, industrial relations counsel, law professors, and government officials. If you are a Texas lawyer, you will be happy to know that the program fully satisfies the Texas Board of Legal Specialization requirement of 24 hours NLRA credit."
Dean Douglas E. Ray
St. Thomas University School of Law
Arthur T. Carter, Esq.
Haynes and Boone, LLP