NELC

Benefits of Membership

Sustaining Membership Dues – $1,000.00

We are offering our members an opportunity to provide additional financial support to NELC by paying $1,000, instead of the regular member price, to becoming a Sustaining Member.  Sustaining Members will be featured on the Membership Directory tab of the website, with a photograph and description of their practice allowing anyone who accesses the website to view the sustaining members profiles. Contact Vanessa Griffin for additional information on becoming a Sustaining Member and how to create your profile for the website.  We will roll out the directory in January 2021.

Membership Dues – $250.00

 

As a member of the National Employment Law Council, you are a member of a vibrant, mutually-supporting community of the pre-eminent minority management-side labor and employment law practitioners and senior HR executives in the U.S. Members share best practices, participate in advanced-level CLE, and interact with leading practitioners, including federal judges, managing partners, leading trial lawyers, and agency leadership of the EEOC, NLRB, and DOL. Our members actively mentor and support one another and junior practitioners, provide business development opportunities.  NELC members include:

In-house counsel with:

  • AT&T
  • Chick-fil-A
  • Facebook
  • Google,
  • John Deere,
  • McDonald’s,
  • The Fresh Market,
  • Toyota, and dozens of other major corporations.

Leading attorneys with:

  • Arent Fox,
  • Baker & Hostetler,
  • Buchanan Ingersoll,
  • Constangy Brooks,
  • Cozen O’Connor
  • Davis Wright Tremaine,
  • Dentons,
  • Ford Harrison,
  • Goldberg Kohn,
  • Jones Day,
  • Littler Mendelson,
  • Locke Lord,
  • Morgan Lewis,
  • Nilan Johnson,
  • Ogletree Deakins,
  • Seyfarth Shaw,
  • Smith & Prophete, LLP,
  • Troutman Sanders, and other national, regionals and boutique law firms.

Benefits of Membership

Discounted Annual Conference and Regional Conference Registration Fees

Members receive a discount to our signature annual conferences which feature unparalleled programming and networking opportunities. Members receive preference to participate as conference panelists.

Listing on Searchable NELC Directory

In January 2021, NELC will launch an easy-to-use searchable directory of members.

Free Webinars

The NELC has created webinars on cutting edge issues. This series features leaders from agencies such as the EEOC, NLRB and OSHA and NELC members who are leaders in the profession.

Access to Members Only Portal and Email Groups

NELC Members have access to the members only portal, including a library of Conference materials and white papers. All members have access to an email group to allow Members to collaborate in real time.

Outside Counsel Benefits

You will be a part of the Outside Counsel electronic mailing list discussion group. As a part of this group, you have the opportunity to exchange best practices, ideas, job opportunities, speaking opportunities with diverse experienced labor and employment counsel at top global labor and employment firms. You can apply through the NELC to participate in the ABA’s Labor and Employment Law Trial Institute (assuming eligibility). Through the NELC’s partnership with the ABA, it has reserved several spots at its Labor and Employment Law Trial Institute specifically for NELC members. The program provides three days of intensive instruction on the nuances of trying a labor and employment case from expert faculty practitioners and ends with a mock trial conduced at a U.S. Courthouse.

In-House and Senior Human Resources Professionals Benefits

You will be a part of the In-House/Senior Human Resources Professional Member electronic mailing list discussion group. As a part of this group, you have the opportunity to exchange best practices, real time collaborations, ideas, job opportunities, and speaking opportunities with diverse experienced in-house labor and employment counsel and senior human resources professionals. New in-house counsel members with two years or less experience working in-house will also be eligible to attend NELC’s In-house Counsel Accelerator Program (“ICAP).” The program is designed to assist new in-house minority counsel in transitioning to and building a successful career as part of a corporate law department. As part of the ICAP program, participants will have an opportunity to enhance career advancement skills, participate in sessions with seasoned in-house practitioners, and gain exposure to NELC’s national network of experienced minority counsel and human resources professionals.

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