Labor & Employment Law

Section Focus

A room full of professionally-dressed adults sit at round tables and face the front, away from the viewer. They are watching a woman at a podium speak with a PowerPoint slide projected beside her.The Labor & Employment Law Section has membership which includes plaintiff and defense labor and employment law attorneys, in-house counsel, public sector/government attorneys, and mediators and arbitrators with experience in labor and employment law. The L&E Section strives to provide labor and employment law attorneys in Houston and surrounding areas with cutting edge and topical seminars for CLE credit through monthly lunch meetings.

The monthly lunch meetings are held on the second Monday of every month at the Magnolia Hotel. In addition to our monthly lunch meetings, the L&E Section offers several social functions for its members, including an annual Holiday Happy Hour, a Spring Social, as well as other networking and educational opportunities.

 

2021-22 Section Officers

Chair
Andrew Reed, Locke Lord LLP
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Immediate Past Chair/Chair-Elect
Corey Devine, Muskat, Mahony, Devine & Moses, LLP

Chair-Elect
Dennis Clifford, The Clifford Law Firm, PLLC

Vice Chair
Nehal Shah Anand, Littler Mendelson, P.C.

Secretary
Radha Thiagarajan, KPPB Law

Treasurer
Larry Stuart, Stuart PC

2021-22 Council Members

Marissa Marquez
Houston Methodist

Michelle Miller
Jackson Walker

Hessam Parzivand
The Parzivand Law Firm

Rick Prieto
Shellist | Lazarz | Slobin

Beatriz Sosa-Morris
Sosa-Morris Newman

History of Labor & Employment Law Section Chairs

Bylaws of the Labor & Employment Law Section

 

Section Resources

Presentation Topics
Interplay Between Texas Workers' Compensation Law and Federal Family Medical Leave Act
October 9, 2017 - U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas Conference

 

Member Details

Section Members: 574
Section Dues: $35

 

Law Student Policies

Scholarships
Information to come.

Meetings
$10 per person per meeting. Reservation is required.