This program will feature five speakers on various topics in employment and labor laws, including the status of volunteers, gender discrimination, supervisory ethics for attorneys (0.5 ethics credits pending), the labor conditions in poultry processing plants, and ADA accommodations in the workplace. Snacks will be available during the event. Hors d'oeuvres and drinks will be served at the reception following.
Sponsored by Animal Law Society with if/when/how, National Lawyers Guild, American Constitution Society, and the Public Interest Law Review.
2.0 CLE credits approved (including 0.5 ethics credits).
Registration is free with a suggested donation of $10 to the Virginia Animal Fighting Task Force. Checks and cash will be accepted at the door, or you can use the PayPal link found here.
Welcome & Opening Remarks
Employee or Volunteer? with Phyllis Katz, Adjunct Professor at University of Richmond School of Law
Gender Identity Discrimination in the Workplace with Colleen Quinn, Partner at Locke & Quinn
Ethics for Supervisors and Subordinates with Joyce Manna Janto, Deputy Director of the Law Library at University of Richmond School of Law
Lives on the Line: The Human Cost of Cheap Chicken with Oliver Gottfried, Senior Campaign Strategist at Oxfam America
The Americans with Disabilities Act: Overview and Discussion of Workplace Accommodations with Nichole Vanderslice, Law Office of Nichole Buck Vanderslice, PLLC
Closing Remarks & Reception
Contact: Sarah Hornberger