Sunday, February 27, 2011
Given our recent conversations about how Catholics should view the labor situation in Wisconsin, MoJ readers in the New York area (and even those outside the New York area) may want to make plans to be at St. John's on March 18-19. David Gregory has put together a truly stellar lineup of folks to address some very timely questions at the intersection of Catholic teaching and labor/employment law. Participants include Cardinal Egan, more bishops than I've ever seen at an academic conference (five on one panel!), the presidents of both the UAW and AFL-CIO, the chair of the NLRB, and scholars such as Samuel Estreicher, Cynthia Nance, Joseph Slater, and Lawrence Joseph. More details are available here.