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Director, Labor Program

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Local Address: Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States
Sierra Club
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San Francisco, California 94105
United States

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • B.A.
    Hampshire College
  • J.D.
    Northeastern University
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Labor & Employment Committee of National Lawyers Guild
nlg-laboremploy-comm.org, 1 Jan 2009 [cached]
Dean Hubbard Labor & Employment Committee of National Lawyers Guild
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Dean Hubbard is the Chair of the National Lawyers Guild Labor and Employment Committee. In that capacity, he conceived and has coordinated the committee's annual research delegations to Cuba since their inception in 2000. He has also organized L&E solidarity delegations to Bolivia, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic, and has represented the Guild at international gatherings of progressive lawyers in Geneva and Paris. He is Of Counsel to the union -side labor firm Gorlick, Kravitz & Listhaus, P.C.. Previously, he was Senior Counsel to the Transport Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO. He is the Vice-President of the World Organization for the Right of the People to Health Care, a transnational network of labor and community advocates for universal public health care.
From 2002-2008, he held the Joanne Woodward Chair in Public Policy and was the founding Director of the Institute for Policy Alternatives (IPA) at Sarah Lawrence College. As Director of the IPA, Dean initiated a day labor organizing project supporting the struggles of Westchester County day laborers for human rights and dignity, a Katrina Recovery Project advocating for a just rebuilding of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, and a public health project in the Dominican Republic. He also taught graduate international labor rights and public policy courses at CUNY's Murphy Labor Institute. From 1993-2002, he was a founding partner of Eisner & Hubbard, P.C., a prominent New York City firm advocating for workers' rights in all aspects of labor and employment law. Dean has been fighting for workers as an attorney and organizer since 1982.
As a scholar, he has written and taught on domestic and international impacts of neoliberal policy, human rights as a discursive frame for social change organizing, the normative functions of and relationships between labor and employment law, and social policy and the arts. He is also a singer, actor, playwright and director. Dean obtained his J.D. from Northeastern University in 1987, and his B.A. from Hampshire College in 1982.
NLG International Global News - Mexico: International Tribunal finds violations of labor rights, issues resolution
www.nlginternational.org, 1 May 2011 [cached]
By Dean Hubbard
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Dean Hubbard, the Co-Chair of the NLG L&E Committee, represents the NLG as a member of the Tribunal.
Eisner & Associates | Attorney Bios
www.eisnerassociates.com, 19 April 2004 [cached]
K. Dean Hubbard, Jr., of Counsel
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K. Dean Hubbard, Jr., of Counsel - dean@eisnerassociates.com
K. Dean Hubbard, Jr. obtained his B.A. from Hampshire College in 1982 and his J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law in 1987.
Dean began his legal career as an attorney with the National Labor Relations Board, Region 2, where he received a Certificate of Commendation.He also served as Director of a Colorado affiliate of the National Education Association and as an associate with Eisner, Levy, Pollack & Ratner, P.C. before co-founding Eisner & Hubbard, P.C. in 1993.In 2002, he was appointed the Joanne Woodward Chair in Public Policy and Advocacy at Sarah Lawrence College.
Dean is a member of the national Steering Committee for the Labor and Employment Committee of The National Lawyers Guild, a member of the Labor and Employment Law Committee of the American Bar Association, and a member of the National Employment Lawyers Association.
K. Dean Hubbard, ...
www.gkllaw.com, 16 Oct 2012 [cached]
K. Dean Hubbard, Jr.
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K. Dean Hubbard, Jr. Dean has decades of experience in the labor movement as an attorney, educator, strategist and organizer. He has developed a broad range of skill sets over the years which position him to meet the pressing legal and strategic needs of diverse clients in all sectors. Dean obtained his J.D. from Northeastern University in 1987, and his B.A. from Hampshire College in 1982.
Prior to joining Gorlick, Kravitz & Listhaus, Dean served as senior counsel to the Transport Workers Union of America (TWU), where he conceived and executed strategic campaigns and provided research and advocacy in support of the union's legal, policy and organizational priorities. Before working with the international union, Dean was the Associate General Counsel and Senior Supervising Attorney for TWU Local 100 in New York City, the nation's largest transit local, where he helped manage and conduct the union's litigation, arbitration, legal support for organizing, and collective bargaining negotiations.
From 2002-2008, Dean held the Joanne Woodward Chair in Public Policy and Advocacy at Sarah Lawrence College, where he founded the Institute for Policy Alternatives (IPA). The IPA provided research, advocacy and organizing support to movements working to build the political and economic agency of excluded workers and other marginalized people.
From 1993-2002, Dean was a founding partner of Eisner & Hubbard, P.C., a New York City labor law firm that advocated for unions, Taft-Hartley funds, individual workers and community organizations in all aspects of labor, employment, benefits, civil rights and constitutional law. From 1987-1993, Dean was an attorney for workers, their unions and funds, and with the National Labor Relations Board Region 2.
Dean has been Co-Chair of the National Lawyers Guild Labor and Employment Committee since 2002, and is a member of the NLG's International Labor Justice Working Group. In those capacities, he has helped coordinate excluded worker advocacy in the United States and developed transnational workers' human rights partnerships and initiatives in Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe. Dean serves as a member of the International Tribunal for Trade Union Freedom of Association. He teaches graduate labor law and public policy at CUNY's Murphy Labor Institute.
Dean is also an actor, singer, director, playwright and composer. He enjoys skiing, hiking, cycling, reading, films, theatre and the company of his family.
After Hedge Fund Buyout, Brandworkers Calls CEO's Letter to Wendy's Employees Inadequate | Brandworkers International
www.brandworkers.org, 20 May 2008 [cached]
"As more workers find themselves in retail and fast food jobs, companies in those sectors will come under increased scrutiny," said Dean Hubbard, a labor lawyer and public policy professor at Sarah Lawrence College.
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