Aisling McAllister to Present at 72nd Annual NYU Conference on Labor
June 13-14, 2019
Artificial Intelligence & Automation: Impact on Work and Workers
NYU Center on Labor and Employment Law
Samuel Estreicher, Faculty Director
(in coordination with Wefel Center for Employment Law, St. Louis U. School of Law)
NYU School of Law, Lipton Hall, 108 West Third Street, New York
The 72nd annual session of America's leading forum on labor and employment issues will explore the impact of artificial intelligence and automation - including machine learning, deep learning, data mining, robotics - on work, workers and the workplace and on labor and employment law.
Day 1 - Thursday, June 13
8:45 a.m. - Welcome
8:50 a.m. - Opening Keynote Address
10:00 a.m. - Job Displacement Effect of AI: Is This Time Different?
12:15 p.m. - Lunch Speaker: Hon. Peter Robb (General Counsel, NLRB)
1:45 p.m. - Programs in Mitigation of Impact on Workers
Improving the Earned Income Tax Credit
Expanding Employee Stock Ownership
Universal Basic Income
3:15 p.m. - How Are Companies Using AI?
4:30 p.m. - How Are Foreign Countries Handling AI?
Day 2 - Friday, June 14
8:45 a.m. - Keynote Address: Hon. John F. Ring (Chair, NLRB)
9:45 a.m. - Labor Law Issues
11:15 a.m. - Privacy and Discrimination Issues
12:30 p.m. - Lunch Speaker: Hon. Jenny R. Yang (Urban Institute; Former Chair, EEOC)
1:30 p.m. - Professional Responsibility Issues
This event is seeking approval for New York State CLE credit. If approved, it will be appropriate for both experienced and newly admitted attorneys. In the past, this program has received approximately 11.5 hours of CLE credit, including 1.5-2.0 hours of ethics/professionalism.
**Please note that refunds will be granted only for cancellations made on or before May 31, 2019. A cancellation charge of $30 will be deducted from the amount initially charged.
**If paying by check, checks must be mailed and postmarked no later than May 31, 2019.
NYU School of Law is committed to the availability of quality affordable continuing legal education programs. All financial hardship requests must be made in writing and contain a brief statement of the economic hardship status and recent employment history and any pertinent financial circumstances that reflect the applicant's financial burden Applicants will be informed of a decision in a timely manner in advance of the date on which the program is scheduled.
For questions, contact NYU Center for Labor and Employment Law
(212) 992-6289 or firstname.lastname@example.org