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Attorneys Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law in Texas

For purposes of the board certification program, the term "labor and employment law" includes dealing with the relationships among employers, employees or their labor organizations, except workers’ compensation.

The definition of "labor and employment law" includes:

  • Labor relations (National Labor Relations Act);
  • Occupational Safety and Health (does not include workers’ compensation or non-subscriber matters);
  • Equal Employment Opportunity;
  • Wage and Hour and leave matters, including FLSA, FMLA, USERRA, Texas Payday Act, and judicial review of unemployment compensation matters;
  • Employment-related torts, employment contracts, and 42 U.S.C. 1983 employment litigation; and
  • Whistleblowers and non-EEO retaliation.
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Directory of Board Certified Attorneys in Labor and Employment Law in Texas

Although not all qualified Labor and Employment Law attorneys are board certified, attorneys who have earned their status as a certified specialist have taken the extra step of submitting to evaluation. 

To help the public find a board certified attorney in Labor and Employment Law in Texas, Lawyer Legion maintains this directory. 

Lawyer Legion is the only commercial lawyer directory to properly acknowledge all ABA-accredited specialization programs and provide a dynamic directory of virtually every lawyer who has earned each certification.

Use this directory to connect with lawyers who are board certified specialists in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Start by choosing your county from the list below.



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Task Requirements for Board Certification in Employment Law

To become board certified in labor and employment law in Texas, the attorney must provide information as required by TBLS concerning specific tasks he or she has performed in labor and employment law.

The attorney must show that he or she has engaged directly and substantially in a broad practice of labor and employment law within the 3 years immediately preceding application in at least 3 of the areas within the definition of labor and one of which must be practice involving the National Labor Relations Act.

The attorney must submit required information concerning such practice, the frequency of the work, the jurisdictions involved, and the nature of the issues involved.

The attorney must show practice involving laws regulating or involving labor relations (National Labor Relations Act) by one of the following methods:

  • Actual experience through practice; or
  • Completion of a minimum of 24 hours of continuing legal education (CLE) in comprehensive courses on the National Labor Relations Act, completed within the 3 years immediately preceding the application through June 1 of the year of application.

Additionally, the attorney must show that he or she has been engaged directly and substantially in 2 additional areas within the definition of labor and employment law. 

The attorney must show by detailed response that he or she has engaged at a significant level of responsibility in litigation in federal or state court or arbitration.

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