Courts Have Eroded Workers’ Rights, Says USC Professor

THE FREE TIMES, 06 SEPTEMBER 2017, FEAT. PROF. JOE SEINER

When Joseph Seiner first began attending the Washington and Lee School of Law in the mid-1990s, he was fully intent on becoming a corporate lawyer. An internship at a labor law firm in Atlanta changed his mind. 

“I immediately just loved it,” he says. “I loved the human element of it. When you talk about someone’s job, that’s something that’s really core to how they view themselves. You see every human emotion when you’re in this area. I’ve had clients, when I was an attorney, screaming at me. I’ve had clients crying.”

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