Employment Law & Legislative Conference
March 18 - 20, 2019
Sneak peek: Register for 2020 at special preview rates now! 

Why Attend?


Let SHRM be your guide to understanding the complex legal landscape that affects your organization. You'll gain an insider's look at the current agendas of the presidential administration and Congress, as well as public policy issues that impact the workplace. When you ensure that you are operating in compliance with legislative regulations, you’re creating a better workplace by protecting not only your employer, but also your entire staff.

Find sessions that fit your educational needs, and start planning your schedule today! 


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Advocacy Day

Advocacy Day is an opportunity to shape future policies and amplify HR's voice on Capitol Hill.

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Thank you, Sponsors!

Gold Sponsor
Tulane University Law School


Silver Sponsor
Bernstein Shur


Bronze Sponsors

Disability Management Employer Coalition
LawLogix by Hyland
Duane Morris


Reasons to Attend: 
  • Get a clear understanding of the complex world of workplace legislation and court decisions that impact how you do business.
  • Learn about the latest regulatory and enforcement activities from those on the front lines of implementing federal employment laws.
  • Identify and address common pitfalls that can put your organization at risk, such as pre-employment screening, FLSA compliance and sexual harassment claims.
  • Get tools, tips and resources that help minimize your organization’s exposure to litigation.
  • Be an advocate! Influence the HR public policy agenda by attending the Capitol Hill visits.
  • Build your network of peers and resources.
Who Should Attend: 
  • Senior HR Professionals who need to know what’s next in workplace law & legislation seeking to successfully position their organizations.
  • HR professionals seeking practicable, actionable guidance on workplace management.
  • HR managers seeking to build compliant organizations and manage risk.
  • HR practitioners who want to hear from leaders and legislators on how workplace law affects them.