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The University of Michigan Law School

         The University of Michigan Law School

 Advocating for Workplace Justice


Date: 10/10/2017
Time: 05:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Contact: Rickard,Jenny

Location: South Hall 1020

Description: PBF’s Regional Workshops Program, entitled Advocating For Workplace Justice, is held at law schools across the country and consists of a one-hour panel discussion followed by a one-hour networking reception. The purpose of the panel is to expose law students to careers as worker advocates and to encourage them to apply for one of the 75 paid Peggy Browning Fellowships at union legal departments, worker centers, legal services offices, union-side law firms, and advocacy organizations.

The panel features union lawyers, labor law firm attorneys, labor law professors, Peggy Browning Fellowship Alumni and attorneys from the U.S. Department of Labor and the National Labor Relations Board. Panelists discuss their practices and the satisfactions and frustrations of their career choice. In addition, a former Peggy Browning Fellow discusses the nuts and bolts of Peggy Browning Fund’s Summer Fellowship Program, which is open to both 1Ls and 2Ls, and how to apply.

Students, please RSVP on Symplicity if planning to attend.