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Antitrust and Labor Law in the Age of Trump

  • University of St. Thomas School of Law (map)

The fall 2018 symposium of the University of St. Thomas Law Journal

Description: While the economy is seemingly booming, it is also undergoing wrenching transitions. Two areas of law most deeply affected by these transitions include labor law and antitrust law. We have seen efforts by the United States Supreme Court to radically restrict workers’ rights to organize and bargain collectively while simultaneously witnessing a rising tide of labor unrest. Similarly, we are watching vast and unprecedented concentrations of wealth, and the rise of a new generation of antitrust lawyers willing to challenge the dominant paradigm and support a return to antitrust law as an instrument of social justice. This program means to examine those developments in the law by bringing together some of the most exciting legal minds in both disciplines.

SPEAKERS

  • Marshall Steinbaum, Research Director and Fellow, Roosevelt Institute

  • Sanjukta Paul, Assistant Professor of Law, Wayne State University

  • Alana Semuels, Staff Writer, The Atlantic (Keynote)

  • Anne Marie Lofaso, Arthur B. Hodges Professor of Law, West Virginia University College of Law

  • Andrew Storm, Associate General Counsel, SEIU Local 32BJ* (*affiliation is for identification purposes only)

  • Charlotte Garden, Associate Professor, Seattle University School of Law

  • Moderator: Charles Reid, Professor, University of St. Thomas School of Law

CLE Credits: 1 Standard CLE credit will be requested

Event info and registration here.