AFFILIATES

Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association
MWELA Trial Boot Camp - Members Only
April 20–21, 2017
JAMS
Washington, DC
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California Employment Lawyers Association
13th Annual Advanced Wage & Hour Seminar
May 12, 2017
Hilton Glendale
Glendale, CA
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NELA/NY Full Day Spring Employment Law CLE
May 12, 2017
Yale Club of New York City
New York, NY

Be The Change
NELA 2017 Annual Convention

June 21–24, 2017
San Antonio
Marriott Rivercenter
San Antonio, TX
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Florida NELA 2017 Labor Day Conference
September 1–2, 2017
The Don Cesar Resort
St. Petersburg Beach, FL
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2017 Trial Boot Camp
October 12–14, 2017
Holiday Inn Chicago Mart Plaza
Chicago, IL

California Employment Lawyers Association
30th Annual Employment Law Conference
October 20–21, 2017
(Skills Seminar on October 19)
Oakland Marriott City Center
Oakland, CA
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NELA 2018 Annual Convention
June 27–30, 2018
Chicago Hilton
Chicago, IL

April 10, 2017

Contact: Matt Koski
NELA Program Director
(415) 296-7629
mkoski@nelahq.org

 

NELA Statement On The Confirmation Of
Judge Neil M. Gorsuch To The U.S. Supreme Court

 
 

The confirmation of Judge Neil M. Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court last Friday, April 7, is a profound setback for America’s workers. Judge Gorsuch had a full and fair opportunity to address the many legitimate concerns about his record during his confirmation hearings, including his views about workers’ rights, but failed to convince 60 senators that he deserved a lifetime appointment to our nation’s highest court. The Senate Republican leadership responded by changing the rules to secure Judge Gorsuch’s confirmation, despite his lack of bipartisan support, as enjoyed by President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court appointees, Associate Justices Elena Kagan and Sonia M. Sotomayor. As our attention turns to the many current vacancies in our federal district and circuit courts, NELA remains committed to working with our organizational and congressional allies to retain a bipartisan nomination process and to fight for the nomination and confirmation of professionally diverse judges who do not place the interests of employers over the rights of employees.

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The National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) advances employee rights and serves lawyers who advocate for equality and justice in the American workplace. NELA provides assistance and support to lawyers in protecting the rights of employees against the greater resources of their employers and the defense bar. It is the country’s largest professional organization exclusively comprised of lawyers who represent individual employees in cases involving employment discrimination and other employment-related matters. NELA and its 69 circuit, state, and local Affiliates have more than 4,000 members around the country.

 

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