The Labor and Employment Law Section has several subcommittees. If you are interested in joining or learning more, contact the Section. The subcommittees are:
Organizes the Annual Conference, which is tied to the Public Sector or Wage and Hour Conferences in alternating years. Chair: Adrianne De Castro.
Looks at ways that the practice of law can be more collaborative. Chair: Amy Oppenheimer.
Reviews and grants scholarships to conferences. Chair: Jinny Kim.
Reviews and makes recommendations for our one-yearly grants program. Chair: Laboni Hoq.
Six issues of the Law Review published each year. Edits columns and articles; reviews and solicits article submissions. Editor: Phyllis Cheng.
Chair: Ireneo Reus.
Organizes our Mediation Conference. Co-Chair: Theo Lee. Co-Chair: Steve Pearl.
For employment attorneys ready to be engaged in the law profession, the mentorship program is a great opportunity to broaden your network and develop meaningful professional relationships. Co-Chair: Christina Ro-Connolly. Co-Chair: Esmeralda Zendejas.
New Employment Practitioners Conference
Organizes our New Employment Practitioners Conferences. Held in two locations every year. One in Northern California and One in Southern California. Chair: Maribel Hernandez.
Serving the community by educating workers and small business owners without access to legal representation about their rights and obligations under state and federal labor and employment laws. Chair: Christy Kwon.
Public Sector Conference
Chair: Arlene Prater.
Wage and Hour Conference
Your Legal Rights
Organizes Your Legal Rights radio show. Chair: Jinny Kim.