February 18, 2021 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Please join the National Black Law Students Association and AFL-CIO Union Lawyers Alliance for the second part of this series: a panel discussion about the field of labor law and the varied and rewarding career options it can offer for students who are passionate about social justice. The panel will include a former National Labor Relations Board member, a general counsel of a major entertainment industry union, an attorney in the AFL-CIO legislative department, a member of the Biden Department of Labor, and a partner in a top D.C. labor firm. The panel will be moderated by a recent law school grad who is now working for AFSCME.
Kyle Campbell, attorney with American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (J.D. University of Alabama School of Law, 2020)
Katelyn Walker, U.S. Department of Labor (J.D. George Washington University Law School, 2017)
Bart Sheard, AFL-CIO Legislative Department (J.D. George Washington University Law School, 2015)
Jason Veny, Partner, Murphy Anderson, Washington DC (J.D. Hofstra University)
Samantha Dulaney, General Counsel of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (J.D. Georgetown Law)
Mark Pearce, Executive Director Workers Rights Institute, Georgetown Law, former member National Labor Relations Board. (J.D. SUNY Buffalo Law School)