The practice of law in general, and the practice of labor and employment law in particular, have undergone dramatic changes over the past twenty years.  Regardless of whether practicing labor and employment law in a corporation, in a law firm, or in the public sector, we face enormous challenges and difficult questions each and every day:  

  • How do I respond to demands for legal advice when my client wants and needs an answer immediately? 
  • How do I have the resources to help me with a sticky employment law matter halfway around the world?  
  • Where do I go to identify the top legal talent to work on my cases and know that the attorney I select has the experience and expertise needed for the case? 
  • How do I compete effectively to be included in that ever shrinking pool of law firms corporations are using for legal services?
  • How do I ensure that my career is on track and that I am always cognizant of where I want to go and have a plan for accomplishing my objectives? 
The NELC is here to help as you address these and other challenging questions.


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