In wake of Kentucky right-to-work legislation, Brandeis labor expert weighs in
Prof. Ariana Levinson is a widely respected scholar in labor and employment law -- areas that have come under much discussion in recent weeks as the Kentucky General Assembly passed a right-to-work bill that Gov. Matt Bevin signed into law.
She's spoken on right-to-work laws in several outlets:
- Louisville Business First: "Four things you might not know about Kentucky's right-to-work bill"
- The Federalist Society: podcast, "Statewide vs. Local Right to Work Laws"
- WAVE 3 NEWS: "KY’s new abortion, labor laws: Effective immediately doesn't necessarily mean immediately affected"
She was also quoted in a Jan. 23 Washington Post article about Donald Trump's relationship with labor unions.
Along with two third-year law students, Levinson has also written an article, "Federal Preemption of Local Right-to-Work Ordinances," which will be published in an upcoming issue of the Harvard Journal on Legislation.