Employment & Labor Law Video Replay
The South Carolina Bar-Continuing Legal Education Division
Live at the
Bar Conference Center
1501 Park Street
About the Seminar
Once again, the Labor and Employment Law Sections of the North Carolina Bar Association and South Carolina Bar Association will be holding the premier employment law CLE in the Southeast. This program is a must attend for those who practice or wish to practice in this area. Our keynote speaker this year is Professor Eric Schnapper, University of Washington School of Law. During the Supreme Court’s October 2010 term, Professor Schnapper argued three US Supreme Court cases on behalf of plaintiffs: Staub v. Proctor Hospital, Thompson v. North American Stainless, and Borough of Duryea, Pennsylvania v. Guarnieri. Professor Schnapper provides insight on arguing before the Supreme Court as well as his thoughts on where the Court is headed on labor and employment issues. In addition to our keynote speaker, we have a wide variety of speakers and topics, including our usual in-depth updates on Supreme Court term by Jonathan Harkavy and Fourth Circuit by Professor Brian Clarke.
• Keynote speaker Professor Eric Schnapper from University of Washington School of Law provides first-hand insights on the Supreme Court.
• Comprehensive and in-depth labor and employment law updates.
• Sessions focused on issues practitioners face in the digital era.
• 1.5 hours of ethics and 1.0 hour of mental health/substance abuse credit.
NC MCLE/JCLE/LEPR CREDIT
11.25 Hours includes 2.5 Ethics/Professionalism (1.0 Substance Abuse/Mental Health)
SC MCLE/JCLE/LEPR CREDIT
This program has been approved for 11.25 MCLE credit hours including up to 2.5 LEPR credit hours by the South Carolina Supreme Court Commission on CLE and Specialization. This program has also been approved by the Commission for 11.25 Employment & Labor Law Specialization credit hours.
Day 1 credit: 6.75 Hours includes 1.0 Ethics/Professionalism
Day 2 credit: 4.5 Hours includes 1.5 Ethics/Professionalism (1.0 Substance Abuse/Mental Health)