Loyola University New Orleans College of Law has announced its 2021 Annual Longshore Conference presented in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Labor, will be held virtually March 17, 18 and 19. Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett will be represented during the three days of live online presentations, with Alan Brackett again serving as seminar moderator, and Patrick Babin speaking on a panel addressing legal ethics.
Alan has been a contributing author to The Longshore Textbook and has served as Chairman of the Advisory Board and Seminar Moderator for the Loyola University College of Law Annual Longshore Conference since 1998. He has lectured at numerous maritime, labor and workers’ compensation law seminars around the country and abroad. Patrick is a Member of the Loyola Maritime Law Journal and has previously spoken at the Longshore Conference as well as at seminars throughout the United States.
Speakers will include representatives of the Office of Workers’ Compensation programs and Office of Administrative Law Judges, as well as a number of seasoned longshore practitioners.
About the 2021 Annual Longshore Conference
This program is for maritime practitioners and industry professionals seeking proficiency in the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA), Defense Base Act (DBA), and other “extension” acts. This conference provides both a great learning platform and networking opportunity for attorneys and claims professionals.
To reflect this virtual format and the missed opportunity to connect with colleagues in person, we are offering lower registration fees. As an added bonus, we plan to record videos of all sessions, and your registration fee will include online access to these recordings for later viewing at your convenience.