Webinar: Overcoming Employer Opposition to Union Organizing: Lawyers and Organizers Strategizing to Win 

    May 18, 2023, at 3:30 pm Pacific/6:30 pm Eastern

    Audience members will explore in an interactive way how the panelists have approached an employer’s challenges to organizing.

    Panelists: Emily Maglio, Partner at Leonard Carder, LLP and Eric Hetrick, Business Manager at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 2322.

    Register here.

    Steering Committee Vacancies

    Vacancies: Treasurer and Secretary. Please contact for more information on how to get involved. 

    Cuba Delegation for 2021 

    The International Conference on Labor Rights has been rescheduled to October 16-24, 2021. Check out the latest brochure & join our delegation! 

    September 2020 Newsletter

    Read the latest issue of our newsletter, with analysis on gig economy workers and more!

    Video June 2020 - How Can Lawyers Support Worker Organizing in the Era of COVID-19? 

    You can view the recording of our inspiring webinar panel here.

    NLG LEC Post-Election Statement on Labor Notes, November 2020

    Labor Notes published the L&EC's statement on the role of workers and unions to stop a Trump 'coup'. Read and share widely!

    Mass Defense

    The NLG assists in mass defense throughout the country.  Click here to jump to the page on our L&EC website with information about how you can become involved and with links to substantive material and to the NLG webpage with contacts throughout the country.


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    Mission Statement

    The Labor & Employment Committee of the National Lawyers Guild ("the Committee") is a national committee of the National Lawyers Guild. We seek to advance the interests of working people and organized labor through education and advocacy, support for their individual and collective actions, and any other efforts necessary and appropriate to the advancement of these interests, to the end that human rights shall be regarded as more sacred than property interests.