Speaking Engagements

Copyright Photodisc/Getty ImagesI help train attorneys in new developments in employment law, and I help teach people about their rights. Many of my papers can be found on this web site at papers at conferences. A partial list of the organizations to which I have spoken includes:

  • Alabama Conference of the N.A.A.C.P.;
  • ALI-ABA (American Law Institute/American Bar Association);
  • American Bar Association Section of Business Law;
  • American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law;
  • American Bar Association Section of Torts and Insurance Practice;
  • American Psychological Association;
  • Association of the Bar of the City of New York;
  • Association for Justice;
  • Atlanta Bar;
  • Center for American and International Law;
  • Connecticut Bar;
  • District of Columbia Bar;
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission;
  • Federal Judicial Conference (appearing on FJC videotape on employment law for training Federal judicial law clerks; member of panel on Jury Instructions at judges’ conference);
  • Florida Bar;
  • Georgetown University Law Center;
  • King County, Washington, Bar (Pacific Coast Legal Conference);
  • Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law;
  • Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund;
  • Minnesota Bar (Upper Midwest Employment Conference);
  • NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund;
  • National Employment Law Institute;
  • National Employment Lawyers’ Association;
  • New York State Bar;
  • New York University Law School;
  • Ohio Bar;
  • Pennsylvania Bar Institute;
  • Practicing Law Institute;
  • Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology;
  • U.S. Department of Justice;
  • U.S. Bureau of Prisons;
  • University of Louisville Law School;
  • University of Richmond Law School;
  • Wisconsin Bar; and
  • Organizations of plaintiffs’ attorneys in the District of Columbia, Florida, New Jersey, and Wisconsin.