About Our Section

The Labor and Employment Law Section is comprised of practitioners who represent individuals, unions, employers and agencies, or serve as neutrals. The functions of the Section include studying and analyzing legal principles having particular significance to labor or employment law; providing leadership in matters of public importance affecting labor or employment law; educating through the publication of works of legal scholarship and presentation of the highest quality educational programs; promoting diversity within the labor and employment bar, and fostering collegial relations among the diverse practitioners within the section and between the section and other professions and disciplines.

Section Executive Committee

Co-chair
Matthew K. Curtin
Murtha Cullina LLP
City Place, 185 Asylum Ave
Hartford, CT 06103
(860)240-6400
mcurtin@murthalaw.com 

Co-chair
Emily A. Gianquinto

EAG Law LLC
21 Oak Street, Suite 601
Hartford, CT 06106
(860)785-0545 
emily@eaglawllc.com

Vice-chair
Martha Royston
Murtha Cullina LLP 
265 Church St
New Haven, CT 06510
(203)772-7720
mroyston@murthalaw.com

Secretary
Zachary Schurin

Pullman & Comley LLC
90 State House Sq
Hartford, CT 06103
(860)424-4389
zschurin@pullcom.com

Treasurer
Kyle A. McClain

Zangari Cohn Cuthbertson Duhl & Grello PC
59 Elm St, ste 400
New Haven, CT 06510-2047
(203) 789-0001
kmcclain@zcclawfirm.com

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