The event will feature three panels with organizers, lawyers, and academics examining how institutions in higher education have transformed over the last twenty years. The panels will discuss the explosion of student debt, contingent labor, organizing campus workers (including graduates students' recent victory at NYU and adjuncts), interns, gentrification and expansion, international human rights issues on international campuses, and other related issues.
The event is free and open to the public. The last panel of the day, “Schooling the University: Winning Workplace Justice for Workers” will be offered as a CLE. Advance registration is required for CLE credit.
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To register for the CLE, please click here and read below.
$40 for non-NLG-NYC members. Please note that the CLE is appropriate for newly admitted and experienced attorneys.
Schedule of events
Chris Rzonca, Professor, Liberal Studies Program New York University, and NYU Unit Chair of Adjuncts Come Together--United Auto Workers (ACT-UAW) Local 7902
Katherine Hansen, Associate, Gladstein, Reif, Meginniss, LLP
Vasuki Nesiah, Professor of Practice, NYU Gallatin
7:30pm Reception (Golding Lounge)