Event Overview

AIJA is pleased to partner with the American Bar Association Labour and Employment Law Section to present a new joint webinar taking place on Wednesday, 8 June from 18:00 to 19:30 CEST. This time the theme will centre around "A Global Perspective on Emerging Issues in Labor & Employment Law".

We will delve into some of today’s most pressing employment law issues from around the globe. Our panel of international and U.S. lawyers will offer their unique insights into the emerging issues in labor and employment law in various jurisdictions and the evolving questions and challenges affecting the rights and duties of employers and employees in these areas. The panelists will discuss a variety of hot topics such as the challenges of effective diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, the new American labor movement, implications of the new UAE labor laws, and more. 

Following the panel, there will be a 30-minute meet & greet breakout session with small groups that will include a mix of members from AIJA and the ABA. 

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to network with labor and employment attorneys from around the world. 


  • Hana Al Khatib, Global Advocates, United Arab Emirates
  • Moira Campbell, Kingsley Napley, United Kingdom
  • Alyesha Dotson, Littler Mendelson, United States of America
  • Kate Swearengen, Cohen Weiss and Simon, United States of America

 We look forward to seeing you there!


How to join?

This is a free event for AIJA members. 

AIJA Commissions involved
  • Labour Law (+ Immigration Law)

Fees & General Info

There are currently no registration fees available.

General terms and conditions

By registering you have to accept the general terms and conditions and accept that your registration is considered binding immediately, but participation to the event is possible only after full payment of the registration fee.

Please note that any arrangements related to the participation of the participant in an AIJA event, including but not limited to booking or cancellation of accommodation or flights, as well as respecting the cancellation deadlines indicated in the general terms and conditions, are the sole responsibility of the participant. AIJA shall not be held liable for any expenses the participant may suffer as the result of participant’s failure to comply with his/her obligations.

It is recommended for each participant to purchase a cancellation and travel insurance.

Please note that in-house counsel registrations are subject to review and confirmation by AIJA. AIJA considers in-house counsel professionals who hold a university degree in law allowing access to a bar association and practicing law as an in-house counsel in private, public, or non-profit companies, institutions or organisations. Please note that in-house counsel who are at the same time active as fee-earning lawyers or consultants are not eligible to the discounted in-house counsel fee.

Please read the general terms and conditions applicable for AIJA events.


If you are a lawyer under 35 years old and meet the requirements, apply to our Scholarship Programme for this event. You can check more details here.

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