Lauren Teukolsky to Speak at College of Labor and Employment LawYERS Program Panel on Supreme Court’s decision in Viking River
Lauren Teukolsky has been invited to speak on the issues raised by the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision in Viking River Cruises v. Moriana on a panel at the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers (CLEL) Ninth Circuit South regional program. The panel discussion will take place Saturday, September 10th in San Diego. Ms. Teukolsky and her co-panelist, George S. Howard, Jr. of Paul Plevin, will discuss the impact of Viking on PAGA cases, and provide practical advice for attorneys facing Viking issues.
Ms. Teukolsky has fought to protect employee’s rights for over 20 years and is a frequent speaker at conferences on topics of employment law and litigation. She previously discussed the implications of Viking River on a panel for CELA, a statewide organization that works to protect and expand the legal rights of workers. She is also frequently cited in news publications for her commentary on developments in the field and was most recently quoted in a June Bloomberg Law article on the Supreme Court’s decision in Viking River. To learn more about Ms. Teukolsky’s experience, click here.
CLEL is a distinguished body of individuals drawing its membership from the best and brightest lawyers, academics, and scholars in the field of labor and employment Law. After a rigorous selection process, Ms. Teukolsky was elected a CLEL Fellow this past July.
Lauren Teukolsky has been elected a Fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers, the premier peer-selected organization of labor and employment lawyers in the United States. She joins 32 other labor and employment attorneys from across the country who were selected to the Fellows Class of 2022.
The College was established in 1995 through an initiative of the American Bar Association. According to the College, its purpose is “to promote achievement, advancement, and excellence in the practice of labor and employment law.” Election as a Fellow is “the highest recognition by one’s colleagues of sustained outstanding performance in the profession, exemplifying integrity, dedication and excellence.”
The process of becoming a Fellow is rigorous. Potential Fellows must first be nominated by two current Fellows in good standing. Nominees are then reviewed and evaluated by Circuit Credentials Committees and the Board of Governors. Selected nominees are installed as Fellows at the next Annual Meeting of the College. This year’s installment ceremony will take place in Washington, DC on November 12.
Ms. Teukolsky has practiced employment law for over 20 years. She has dedicated her career to fighting for workers’ rights. You can read more about her experience here.
Lauren Teukolsky is the founder and owner of Teukolsky Law, A Professional Corporation.