Updated August 18, 2015
Governor Dayton Appoints the Honorable Natalie E. Hudson to the Minnesota Supreme Court
(Photo: Gov. Mark Dayton and the Honorable Natalie E. Hudson
ST. PAUL, MN – On August 17, during a news conference at the Minnesota Judicial Center, Governor Mark Dayton announced his appointment of the Honorable Natalie E. Hudson as Associate Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court. Judge Hudson will replace Associate Justice Alan C. Page, who will be retiring from the Court at the end of August.
Governor Dayton thanked Justice Page for his dedicated service to the State of Minnesota, especially for his service on the Supreme Court, where he has served as Associate Justice since 1993. “Judge Natalie Hudson has served our state admirably as a member of the Minnesota Court of Appeals, and as Assistant Attorney General,” said Governor Dayton. “During her distinguished 13-year tenure on the Court of Appeals, Judge Hudson has authored more than 1,100 written opinions, demonstrating clearly her unique aptitude for ruling on some of the most challenging legal issues facing our state today.
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Human Rights Symposium
On Thursday, December 3, 2015 the MN Department of Human Rights will host its popular Human Rights Symposium at the U of M Continuing Education and Conference Center. This will take place during Minnesota Human Rights Week with a full-day symposium providing relevant information on the latest trends and legal decisions that impact you and your work. The HR Symposium will include breakout sessions, extended networking activities and key issues for Attorneys, employers, human resource professionals, diversity advocates interested in:
- The latest on Equal Pay and wage equity
- Pregnancy Accommodations
- Diversity and Inclusion strategies
- Civic Engagement
- Voting Rights – 50 years after the Voting Rights Act of 1965
- Disability and Employment
- Employment law updates
- Recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions and more
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