Business productivity and employee quality of life are both shaped by developments in labor and employment law. NYU Law’s centers engage on paramount issues in this field by hosting various events, inviting highly-regarded speakers to campus to address the community, and training federal judges in annual workshops:
The Center for Labor and Employment Law is a non-partisan forum for the debate and study of the policy and legal issues involving the employment relationship; the center hosts the annual conference on labor.
The Institute of Judicial Administration (IJA) is one of the finest non-partisan judicial education and administration organizations in the country. Among its programs, the institute sponsors annual appellate judges training seminars, workshops on special topics in the law, and the William J. Brennan Jr. Lecture series honoring the state judiciary.