Boston Bar | Employment Law Conference

Time
Thursday, November 18, 2021
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Location
Cyberspace | Via Zoom

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EMPLOYMENT LAW CONFERENCE
CONNECTING LAWYERS & INDUSTRY

The BBA’s annual Employment Law Conference is scheduled for Thursday, November 18th on Zoom. This year’s agenda will cover pressing issues both outside and in-house employment law counsel need the latest guidance on—including COVID vaccine mandates and accommodations, addressing DEI issues and creating an inclusive workplace, understanding the various leave policies available to employees, strategies for managing a remote workforce, and more.

This conference will provide practitioners with an opportunity to network and learn from industry experts on critical legal and regulatory developments, along with strategies to help better advise clients in this ever-changing landscape.

You won’t want to miss out on this year’s lineup of panel topics and speakers. Reserve your seat today.

David Brody

David I. Brody
Partner
Sherin and Lodgen LLP

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Janette Ekanem
Attorney
Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP

Seema Lynch

Seema Lynch
Associate General Counsel
Atrius Health

Kim_Starr

Kim Starr
AVP, Senior Corporate Counsel
Liberty Mutual Group Inc.

Patricia Washienko

Patricia Washienko
Founding Partner
Freiberger & Washienko, LLC

Andrea_Zoia

Andrea Zoia
Partner
Morgan, Brown & Joy, LLP

Pricing

BOSTON BAR MEMBERS

  • Boston Bar Members: $225
  • Government/Legal Services Members: $175

NON-MEMBERS

  • Standard Non-Member: $325
Not a BBA member? Contact us at membership@bostonbar.org to join today.

Discounted group rates available by request. Contact Ashley Young at ayoung@bostonbar.org for more information.

If you are interested in sponsoring the 2021 Virtual Employment Law Conference, please contact Mariah Hanlon at mhanlon@bostonbar.org.

Boston Bar educational programs are sponsored in part by the Joan B. DiCola Fund of the Boston Bar Foundation. This fund provides critical support for Boston Bar Association programs and initiatives that foster the education and professional development of lawyers. For more information on the BBF or this fund, please click here.

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