Thursday, September 16, 2010

Marquette Law Review Symposium - Promoting Employee Voice in the New American Economy

From Professor Paul Secunda who, along with Marquette's Labor and Employment Law Program, is hosting this event:

The event will be on Friday, October 1, 2010 from 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the
beautiful, new Eckstein Hall Law School building at 1215 Michigan Ave,
Milwaukee, WI.

The name of the program is: Promoting Employee Voice in
the New American Economy and features, among other prominent speakers, Professor
Kenneth Dau-Schmidt, the Willard and Margaret Carl Professor of Labor and
Employment Law at Indiana University – Bloomington, Maurer School of Law.

All are welcome. There is no fee for this conference, but registration
is required. Please reserve your spot by September 23, 2010 by filling out and
sending in this this form.

Here is the schedule with speakers:

8:15 -Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00-9:30 - Welcome

9:30-10:30
Principal Paper: Promoting Employee Voice in the A
merican Economy: A Call for Comprehensive Reform

Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt,
Willard and Margaret Carl Professor of Labor and Employment Law
Indiana
University – Bloomington, Maurer School of Law

10:45-Noon
Responses
and Critiques: Lessons From History

Moderator: Paul M. Secunda,
Associate Professor of Law
Marquette University Law School

Laura J.
Cooper, J. Stewart and Mario Thomas McClendon Professor in Law and Alternative
Dispute Resolution, University of Minnesota Law School

Aditi Bagchi,
Assistant Professor of Law
University of Pennsylvania Law School

1:00-2:15
Responses and Critiques: Lessons from the Public Sector

Moderator: Phoebe W. Williams, Associate Professor of Law
Marquette
University Law School

Ann C. Hodges, Professor of Law
University of
Richmond School of Law

Joseph E. Slater, Eugene N. Balk Professor of Law
and Values
University of Toledo College of Law

2:30-3:45
Responses and Critiques: Ideological Insights

Moderator: Jay E.
Grenig, Professor of Law
Marquette University Law School

Richard
Michael Fischl, Professor of Law
University of Connecticut School of Law

Scott A. Moss, Associate Professor of Law
University of Colorado
School of Law

3:45-4:30
Rebuttal and Closing Remarks

Questions? Write me at paul.secunda@marquette.edu or call me at
414.288.6497.

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