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Lunchtime Panel: Organizing Starbucks Workers under US Labor Law

November 21, 2022

12:15 pm - 1:15 pm

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The Harvard Law School Labor and Worklife Program and LEAP will be hosting a lunchtime panel event on the remarkable wave of union organizing sweeping through Starbucks stores across the country. Join us for a discussion on what the implications of labor law have been for worker power and organizing efforts at Starbucks and how this movement may shape the future of labor organizing in the US. 

The panel will feature Jaz Brisack and Rafi of Starbucks Workers United and Barnard, Iglitzen & Lavitt LLP associate Marina Multhaup (HLS ‘21). Introductory remarks will be given by Sharon Block, Executive Director of the Labor and Worklife Program and Professor of Practice at Harvard Law School. The panel will be moderated by Benjamin Sachs, Kestnbaum Professor of Labor and Industry at Harvard Law School. Lunch will be provided.

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