The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) Labor and Employment Law Council (LELC) is a network of experienced construction labor and employment attorneys from across the U.S. who regularly represent local AGC chapters and member companies. The LELC is pleased to present its 35th Annual Construction Labor Law Symposium, a special professional development and networking opportunity for attorneys and labor relations managers, this year with the added feature of an optional Pre-Symposium Workshop on Hot Topics in Project Labor Agreements.
Who Should Attend
This event is specifically for attorneys and labor relations professionals affiliated with AGC. AGC Labor and Employment Law Council members, other attorneys who regularly represent AGC chapters or member companies in labor and employment matters (in-house or outside counsel), labor relations managers employed by AGC member contractors or AGC chapters, and AGC chapter executives are invited to attend.
While participation by seasoned attorneys has ensured a sophisticated level of discussion at past symposiums – making the event an annual standard for senior-level construction labor lawyers – the program also offers a rare educational opportunity for junior partners and senior associates to learn more about labor issues in the construction industry.
LELC Members & AGC Chapter Staff*
- Symposium: $450
- Pre-Symposium Workshop: $200
- Symposium: $550
- Pre-Symposium Workshop: $300
*To check if you’re an LELC member in good standing, please consult the Online LELC directory.
The registration fee includes lunch on Thursday (for workshop registrants), the reception on Thursday (for all registrants), and both breakfast and lunch on Friday (for symposium registrants). Spouses, local business associates, and other guests are welcome to attend the reception for an additional $50 each. Dinner is open to all symposium registrants and their registered guests at a cost of $150 each. Dinner is complimentary for current LELC officers and symposium speakers using the coupon code separately provided by LELC staff.
Continuing Legal Education
The program is not pre-approved as a credit-providing program, but attendees typically receive continuing legal education credit post-attendance by following their respective bar associations’ requirements for such matters. Attendees are responsible for ascertaining and completing such requirements, but AGC staff will gladly assist by providing certification of attendance upon attendee request following the event.
Registration & Cancellation
For registration assistance or cancellation, contact Crystal Yates at email@example.com. Full refunds will be granted for cancellations made by confirmed e-mail if the request is submitted before April 25, 2019. Refunds will not be granted for requests after this date, and cancellations will not be accepted by telephone.