The conference, featuring leading labor and employment attorneys, will be held at the Omni Richmond Hotel.
Book hotel rooms by Sept. 15 to get the group rate. Call 1-800-The-Omni to make arrangements. Reference The Virginia Bar Association and the conference name to get the $159/night rate.
The conference will provide ample opportunities to engage with fellow practitioners as well as to enjoy what downtown Richmond has to offer. Try a boat cruise on the canal or dine arounds.
Educational programming highlights
A two-hour seminar for young lawyers on practical advice for practicing employment law,
An EEOC update,
LGBT issues in the workplace,
Crafting a winning opening statement and closing argument, and
Recent development in retaliation law.
Details for attendees
Early registrants save money. Fees rise after Sept. 2. Conference fees equate to as little as $25 per anticipated MCLE Credit Hour for VBA and Labor Relations and Employment Law Section members. Special pricing has been arranged for public sector attorneys.
Organizers are seeking sponsors for the hospitality suite the Thursday and Friday of the conference. Two levels are available: President at $1,000 and Vice President at $500. Attorneys planning to attend the conference can sign up their firm for sponsorships when registering. All others are encouraged to email Kevin Holden, chair of the Labor Relations and Employment Law Section. Sponsor firms will be recognized on conference signage and in conference materials.