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Baltimore Labor Law & Labor Arbitration Conference
July 28 - July 29
Baltimore Convention Center (Ballroom)
1 West Pratt St
Baltimore, MD 21201
Early Registration Price: $695.00
Early Registration: On or Before 3/31/2022
NOTE: We must receive registration form (with payment arrangements indicated) by this date for early registration rate to be honored.
Regular Price: $795.00
The place to learn is where the teachers are among the first tier of labor arbitrators, the materials are complete, your questions are answered, and the instruction is practical so you can put the training to immediate use.
At this two day conference, you will learn the latest developments, refine your advocacy skills, and be prompted to think about strategy and arguments in your own work.
The location is the convention center, that is next door to Camden Yards (baseball!), Inner Harbor, and the Hilton hotel — all within a 5-minute walk. Please read on for more information.
The tuition is $795, but if you register before March 31, the cost is $695. This fee covers admission to all sessions, the workbook, and all breaks.
We welcome you to Baltimore for superb training with a top-notch faculty.
All of the faculty members are distinguished labor arbitrators with decades of experience. They are (in alphabetical order): Richard Adelman is a former fellow at Stanford University & NLRB attorney, and one of the top labor arbitrators on the East Coast. Walt De Treux practiced labor law and for the last 20 years has been a prominent labor arbitrator. Jeffrey Jacobs also worked as a labor attorney and for 25 years has been a popular labor arbitrator. Joan Parker is a professor (emerita) at Rutgers University and has been a long-standing umpire or arbitrator under many national labor agreements. And finally, M. David Vaughn has been general counsel at the FMCS, adjunct professor at Georgetown University law school and a long-time labor arbitrator. All are members of the National Academy of Arbitrators. They enjoy teaching and meeting with advocates.
Earn credits that are affordable, improve your skills, and add to your knowledge base. Attorneys will earn between 12 and 16 credits, depending on the state. Please indicate on the registration form the state(s) in which you hold a license.
This program is valid for 13.0 PDCs for the SHRM-CPsm or SHRM-SCPsm . For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org.
This program has also been approved for 13 recertification credit hours through the HR Certification Institute. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute homepage at www.hrci.org.
The conference will take place in the ballroom at the Baltimore Convention Center. The Center is easily accessible from Interstates 83 and 95, and only 20 minutes from Baltimore’s airport (BWI) and close to Baltimore Light Rail.
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Preferred (union) hotels are: Hilton Baltimore (connected to the Convention Center), Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor, Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor & the Holiday Inn.