The Labor and Employment Law Section of the New York State Bar Association is pleased to welcome Section members and visitors. Our Section brings together members from across the full spectrum of labor and employment law, including representatives of labor organizations, management and individuals; neutrals; academics; and government representatives. We invite everyone with an interest in workplace issues to join our Section, benefit from our experience and expertise, and enjoy our camaraderie. New members are always welcome. (You can join online here)
We hope you will take the time to explore the many features of our website (some of which are accessible only to Section members), which include: access to online case research through Loislaw, a searchable directory of members, the Labor and Employment Law Journal, and papers and presentations from recent CLE programs. For information on recent legal developments, check our blog and follow us on LinkedIn.
If you have questions about the Section and the benefits we offer, please contact Jon Ben-Asher, our Section Chair, or Alyson Mathews and Molly Thomas Jensen, Co-Chairs of our Membership Committee. We hope you will join us.
Labor and Employment Law Section Mission Statement
The purpose of this Section shall be to bring together for furtherance of
their mutual interests those members of the New York State Bar Association as
are interested in labor and employment law; to examine the possibilities of
improvement and reform in labor and employment law through legislation; to
disseminate information and exchange ideas relating to the development and
practice of labor and employment law, both substantive and procedural; and to
further the education of the Bar and the public in labor and employment law.