0 Programs with Edward Still
Edward Still has practiced law in Alabama and Washington, D.C. since 1971. He practices with Edward Still Law Firm LLC in Birmingham, Alabama. He has represented teachers and educational support workers in a variety of cases involving enforcement of contractual and statutory rights, as well as representing other workers in the protection of their constitutional and civil rights. He has litigated and advised clients in the USERRA field, as well as working with congressional staff on enhancing USERRA’s protections. He is co-author, with Kathryn Piscitelli, of The USERRA Manual (Thomson West 2008). He was a member of NELA’s USERRA Task Force, which was convened in 2004 to develop comments for submission to the Department of Labor on DoL’s proposed USERRA regulations. He currently teaches The Law of Politics (regarding elections, redistricting, and the right to vote) and Constitutional Law at the Birmingham School of Law. He has served as an adjunct professor at American University Washington College of Law and the University of Alabama School of Law.