Law Review Symposium
Friday, January 31 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Fromm Hall - FR Complex
Access to Justice in the Contemporary Workplace
From corporate campuses to strawberry farms, countless employees face injustice in the workplace. In this symposium we will discuss the policies and practices that restrict an employee’s access to the legal system; the role of the rule of law; and worker confidence in the legal structures that provide impartiality in labor and employment law.
Panel topics will include achieving justice outside the courthouse, finding justice through diversity and inclusion programs, and an exploration of the future of work. Commissioner Charlotte A. Burrows of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission will provide the keynote address. Our distinguished group of panelists include Lindbergh Porter ’81, chairperson of the board at Littler Mendelson; Jeffrey Hirsch, professor of law at the University of North Carolina School of Law; Mina Kotkin, professor of law at Brooklyn Law School; and many others.
Earn 5 hours of CLE credit*
General with MCLE – $250
USF Alumni with MCLE – $175
General Admission/No MCLE – $150
Public Interest/ Public Sector – $90
Non-USF Law Student – $25
Registered USF Law Faculty/Staff/Student – No Fee
Fees include admission to the symposium, continental breakfast, buffet lunch, and reception.
*This activity has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 5 credit hours. The University of San Francisco School of Law is an approved provider of MCLE and certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for approved educational activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing minimum continuing legal education.