Boston Labor Law & Labor Arbitration Conference
John B. Hynes Veterans Convention Center (Room 304)
900 Boylston Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
John B. Hynes Veterans Convention Center (Room 304) Website »
Early Registration Price: $450.00
Early Registration Cutoff Date: On or Before June 30, 2023
NOTE: We must receive registration form (with payment arrangements indicated) by this date for early registration rate to be honored.
Regular Price: $525.00 After June 30, 2023
The place to learn is where the teachers are in the top tier, the materials tackle the tough issues, your questions are answered, and the instruction is practical so you can put the training to use.
Come to Boston this Fall, and learn the latest developments in labor law and labor arbitration.
The agenda above gives more detail about what you will learn. The conference tuition of $525 includes admission to all sessions, course materials, and all breaks. You can save $75 if you register before June 30, 2023.
We welcome you to Boston to learn with the best.
The faculty members are highly respected labor arbitrators and teachers. Richard Adelman was a teaching fellow at Stanford Law School and an attorney with the NRLB. For the past 30 years, he has been a popular labor arbitrator based in New York City. John Cochran has taught at Suffolk University and Boston College law schools, and is a former chief counsel at the Massachusetts Labor Relations Commission. He is one of the longest serving labor arbitrators in New England. Walt DeTreux is a prominent labor arbitrator on several panels in the public and private sector on the East Coast. He previously worked as a labor attorney in Philadelphia. Joan Parker was a professor at Rutgers University. During that time and since taking emeritus status, she has been the umpire under several national agreements and is considered one of the top labor arbitrators in the country. All of the faculty members enjoy teaching and look forward to answering your questions.
The number of credits for attorneys depends on the state. (Most often, it is 7.0 CLE credits.) Please let us know on the registration form where you hold a license.
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 7 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 be held at the Hynes Convention Center, 900 Boylston Street, Boston (www.massconvention. com). The Hynes (and our Meeting Room 304) has all of the accoutrements of a conference center, with an excellent sound system and comfortable setting.
Parking facilities are listed on the Hynes Convention Center website (www.massconvention.com); plus there are several hotel parking garages within 1-3 blocks of the Hynes Convention Center.
Boston has events and activities for all ages and tastes. Check out the website, www.bostonusa.com for an easy-to-use listing of hotels, restaurants, shopping and tourist sites — all within walking distance of the conference location.
For overnight accommodations, we recommend contacting your travel agent or in-house travel bureau.
For more information, contact Labor Arbitration Institute:
Labor Arbitration Institute
205 South Water Street
Northfield, MN, 55057-2034