Our view:

Law schools, scholars of labor and employment law, labor and employment law historians and students can benefit greatly from the intellectual and practical value available through the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. The College’s primary mission includes supporting creative and thoughtful teaching of Labor and Employment Law, supporting and enhancing the existing curriculum, bringing depth of real life experience to law students through visiting professor and mentoring programs, and pushing the traditional boundaries to bring the current and dramatically changing legal environment into clearer focus.

For more information, please contact our administrative office at 410-972-4711 or email our Executive Director, Susan Wan, at swan@laborandemploymentcollege.org

The College does not provide legal counsel or advice. Fellows of the College may be available to provide legal counsel in their individual capacities as labor and employment lawyers.

Writing Competition

The College sponsors a Writing Competition for Law Students, in conjunction with the ABA's Section of Labor & Employment Lawyers. A distinguished panel of attorneys from around the country will review the submitted papers written on current and relevant topics of labor and employment law. Please click HERE to view the Announcement and Rules for this Competition.

Read the winning submissions from previous years from The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers and the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law's annual Writing Competition for Law Students on the right. The papers cover current and relevant topics of labor and employment law.