The Theology of Work and the Dignity of
The Dignity of Workers seems to be a self-evident
tenet of everyday life. Still, today, wage and hour claims
proliferate. The minimum wage is insufficient and the living wage
initiative has had a fitful contemporary history. Even those
fortunate enough to earn decent wages are working beyond
exhaustion, holding down two or three jobs in a chronic state of
sleep deprivation. This conference will bring together prominent
leaders across a range of disciplines to explore timeless and
timely issues surrounding The Theology of Work and the Dignity of
March 18-19, 2011
School of Law
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439
Full Conference Agenda
Please visit the
conference agenda page for the full list of conference panels,
panelists, speakers and events.
The conference fee is $300 for both days; $150 for one day.
The fee includes all conference materials, the opening reception on
Friday, March 18, 2011 and breakfast and lunch on Saturday, March
19, 2011. Waivers and hardship discounts are available by
contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (718) 990-6653.
Continuing Legal Education (CLE)
Each day of the conference qualifies for 3.5
general/non-transitional CLE credit hours. You must attend the
entire day to earn the CLE credits for that day. There is no
additional fee for CLE.
To register, please complete and return the
conference registration form by March 12, 2011.
for Labor and Employment Law at St. John's School of Law
Hugh L. Carey Center for Dispute Resolution at St. John’s Law
University School of Law Center for Labor and Employment
Cornell University ILR
School Labor and Employment Law Program
Scholars for Worker Justice
New York Labor-Religion Coalition
Patrick Boyd '00, Founding Partner, The Boyd Law
Robert J. Nobile '84, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw
Dorothy Day Professor of Law
Executive Director, Center for Labor and Employment Law
St. John’s School of Law
for Labor and Employment Law at St. John’s School of Law is a
forum where students, practitioners and scholars come together to
explore the practice and theory of labor and employment law.
Central to the Center’s mission and offerings is the importance,
and sanctity, of doing good work in the world. For more information
on the Center, please visit our website or contact us at email@example.com.