CLE: Student Interns and
The Fair Labor Standards Act:
This lecture will focus on the application of the Fair Labor Standards Act to internships.
Student internships are common in many industries and are generally unpaid.
However, the Eleventh Circuit in Schumann, et al v. Collier Anesthesia, et al recently
adopted a new test which could render some interns employees and require them to
receive compensation. This will benefit attorneys who practice in the area of wage and
hour law specifically as this new guidance changes the analysis we must apply in these
cases, but could have wider application to attorneys who own or manage law firms which
utilize or are considering utilizing student interns.
Michelle E. Nadeau, Esq.
Kwall Barack Nadeau PLLC
Presented by the Employment Law Section of the St. Pete Bar Association
Co-Chairs: R. Michael Pierro, Jr. and Rachael L. Wood
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Noon to 1:00 PM
St. Petersburg Yacht Club
11 Central Ave., Quarterdeck Room (Downstairs)
Approved for 1 hr. General CLE Credit;
Certification: 1.0 Labor and Employment Law
$35 St. Pete Bar Members & Staff
$50 Non-Member Attorneys & Staff
$25 Student Members
CLICK HERE to download a registration form or
register on the link above.
You do not have to be a member of the Employment Law Section to attend.
For more information on the section contact section co-chair,
R. Michael Pierro, Jr. at 727-201-2573 or
or Rachael L. Wood at 813-253-2010 or email@example.com.
Members can join the section by contacting the St. Pete Bar at 727-823-7474