Over the past few years, plaintiff-side Wage & Hour practitioners have been faced with never-before-seen challenges. NELA's Spring Seminar will bring together our Wage & Hour Experts to discuss how to practice effectively and creatively in the face of mass arbitrations, new defense bar tactics, worker misclassification, COVID-19, and class certification after Swales. We will also address what may be coming for Wage & Hour law in the course of the new Biden administration. A must-attend for all workers' rights advocates.


  • The Future Of Wage & Hour Law In The Biden Administration;
  • Wage & Hour Cases In The Era Of COVID-19;
  • Class Certification After Swales;
  • Taking 30(b)(6) Depositions;
  • Cutting Edge Issues In Representing Low Wage Workers
  • Ethical Issues In Wage & Hour Cases and more.

Registration Rates

$325 - Member Early-Bird
$275 - Legal Services/Public Interest/Government Attorneys
$275 - Paraprofessionals
$100 - Law Students (NELA Member)
$475 - Non-Members
$125 - Non-Member Law Students (includes one-year membership)

Early-Bird registration ends February 19.

If you are interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at our 2021 Spring Seminar, please contact Maria Rapier, Membership Manager & CLE Project Coordinator.

The National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) empowers workers' rights attorneys through legal training, promoting a fair judiciary, and advocating for laws and policies that level the playing field for workers. NELA is an approved continuing legal education provider in California, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Vermont.

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