Welcome to the blog page for the College of Labor And Employment Lawyers.
We view our blogs as online journals that can be used in a variety of different ways.
The primary purpose of our blogs is to share important information and knowledge, express opinions on particular topics and provide a means by which we and the outside world can communicate in an open forum.
Our blogs exist in two forms. The first provides several blogs to be used within the Fellowship of the College. These blogs are dedicated to and identified by the different circuits that make up our geographic representation around the country. For example, the Second Circuit blog is dedicated to the New York, Northern New Jersey and Connecticut Fellows. It is available to Fellows of the College residing in that particular circuit as a means to open a constructive dialogue and a sharing of information, ideas, successes, experiences and opinions. The circuit-dedicated blogs are password accessible only, making them proprietary to the Fellows in the College. They are not accessible to the outside world. To access a blog for a particular circuit, click on the specific circuit blog link on this page.
The second blog form is a single blog that is accessible to the outside world including – academicians, students, lawyers and law professors, the business and not for profit communities. Its purpose is to extend our thoughts, ideas, our value, experience and opinions to our constituencies, the general legal industry and people around the world who have a shared interest in our field. We see this blog as an ideal vehicle to expand the visibility of our brand and its value without geographic boundaries.
Our goal is to make this one of the most read blogs dedicated to the sharing of knowledge and information about Labor and Employment Law. We hope you find it to be of great value and we encourage you to share your thinking, opinions and experiences.
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