Prior Forum - 2006

2006 - First Annual Employment & Labor Law Scholars' Forum

This Forum was designed to provide junior scholars with commentary and critique by their more senior colleagues in the legal academy and, more broadly, to foster development and understanding of new scholarly currents across employment and labor law. To that end, Seton Hall convened its first annual Employment & Labor Law Scholars' Forum on October 13th-14th, 2006.

Presenters

Matthew T. Bodie
Hofstra Law School
visiting at St. Louis University Law School

Non-Binding Employee Referenda in Transformative Transactions

Julie Chi-hye Suk
Cardozo Law School

Job Security Lessons from Antidiscrimination and Employment Law in France

Elizabeth F. Emens
Columbia Law School

Third Party Benefits of Workplace Accommodations 

Noah Zatz
UCLA Law School

Prison Laborers as Statutory Employees 

 

Comment and Critique 

Samuel R. Bagenstos
Washington University

Katherine V.W. Stone
UCLA Law School

 

Timothy P. Glynn
Seton Hall Law School

Charles A. Sullivan
Seton Hall Law School

 

Tristin K. Green
Seton Hall Law School

Steven Willborn, Dean
University of Nebraska Law School

John Jacobi
Seton Hall Law School

Michael J. Zimmer
Seton Hall Law School

 

 

Additional Resources

John Howe
Professor
Melbourne Law School, visiting professor at Temple University
Melbourne Law School's Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law

Seth Harris
Professor, New York Law School