LWP hosted attorneys from 11 states to discuss best practices and strategies for administering worker protection statutes. Topics discussed included coordination with state labor agencies, efficient case development, methods for assessment of multi-state litigation opportunities and...
Ames Courtroom, Austin Hall Harvard Law School 1515 Mass. Ave., Cambridge
Larry Beeferman, Pensions and Capital Stewardship Project, LWP Brent Booker, Secretary Treasurer, North America's Building Trades Unions Donald Cohen, Executive Director, In the Public Interest Kevin DeGood, Director, Infrastructure Policy, Center for American Progress
Introduction by Naomi Walker, Assistant to the President of AFSCME
Reverend James Lawson excerpt: “…. to make a long story short, I want to try to say that the experiment to have a democratic society is the most important experiment the human race has launched, probably ever. To lift human life to a level where we have the capacity to govern ourselves and to live with one another and to create cooperation rather than war and violence is the great frontier for the 21st century and beyond. And in that act of shaping democratic society, unions are absolutely essential.”