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Exploring Issues Of Women In Non-Traditional Professions & Low-Wage Workers, from NELA's 2018 Fall Seminar
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association

This panel explores how harassment can be more prevalent and systemic in workplaces or industries that are traditionally dominated by men, and how certain groups of workers may be more vulnerable to unlawful treatment. Issues relating to low-wage workers and intersecting identities, including immigration status, national origin, and race will be examined. We’ll also cover the kind of employment structures that can contribute to these vulnerabilities, and call for potentially different approaches to litigation.

Marc J. Siegel
Marc J. Siegel is the Founder and Managing Partner of Siegel & Dolan in Chicago, IL, and has practiced labor and employment law in Chicago for his entire career. He has a unique labor and employment background, representing both individuals and...More
Lisa C. Stratton
Lisa Stratton is a co-founder and Senior Counsel at Gender Justice in St. Paul, MN, where she specializes in gender discrimination cases. She began her career at the University of Minnesota Law School, where she later joined the faculty as a...More
Gillian Thomas
Gillian Thomas is a Senior Staff Attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union Women’s Rights Project. She previously litigated sex discrimination cases at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s New York District Office and at Legal...More
Originally Published
October 13, 2018

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. Exploring Issues Of Women In Non-Traditional Professions & Low-Wage Workers - Audio
  2. Exploring Issues Of Women In Non-Traditional Professions & Low-Wage Workers - Paper

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