While attending law school, Ms. Smith was awarded the Sandra P. Zemm Labor Law Prize, an honor given to a student that “exemplifies a commitment to pursue a career in Labor and Employment Law with a pioneer spirit and willingness to take the initiative wherever possible and a generous attitude toward helping those in need.”
•Deference to City Decisions to Hire, Fire and Discipline its Employees Continues in Roybal v. City and County of Denver
•Employers May Want to Rethink Use-It-or-Lose-It Vacation Policies
•Corporations Are Individuals! For Service in ERISA Cases At Least
•Hall & Evans Welcomes Six New Associates
Articles // Publications // Presentations // Webinars
•Presenter, “Legal Hot Topics Webinar,” ALFA International, September 2018
Career Distinctions & Honors
•Sandra P. Zemm Labor Practice Prize, 2011
•CALI Awards: Legal Writing, 2009
•Avid skier and skilled golfer.
•The Chicago Bar Association
•American Bar Association
•Labor and Employment Law Section
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