The Student Employment and Labor Law Association (SELLA) at the U of M Law School is hosting a lunchtime panel discussion Thursday, Oct. 27th, in Auerbach Commons, on the topic of right-to-work legislation. The specific focus is likely to be on the proposed right-to-work constitutional amendment which stalled in the Minnesota legislature this past summer.
The event is co-sponsored by the Federalist Society. Here is the link to the National Right to Work foundation in DC. Educate yourself so you can help the upcoming debate in Minnesota. This is a basic liberty issue for employees and employers.
Confirmed speakers include Justin Cummins (Miller O’Brien Cummins); Rick Ross (Fredrikson & Byron); Bernie Hesse (UFCW); Representative Steve Drazkowski along with Rep. Steve Drazkowski (R-Distrct 28B Mazeppa) . Here is the flier. This could be a lot of fun!
As with all student events, do not plan on getting any food! Eat before or after the event (you may be lucky enough to snag a slice of pizza). Parking is tricky, too. Here are parking and directions .