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Judith Langevin
Partner
Minneapolis
500 Washington Avenue South
Suite 4000
Minneapolis MN 55415
TEL: (612) 336-9103
FAX: (612) 336-9100
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Judith Bevis Langevin

Judith Langevin focuses her Zelle practice on employment litigation. She frequently lectures and writes on employment law topics for both legal and business audiences, and serves as a mediator of employment disputes. 

Judy has built a prominent career defending employers in discrimination and wrongful termination litigation, including sexual harassment cases, and providing advice and training on personnel issues. One of her special interests is theater- based training for employers and employees. 

Judy served as the assistant director of the City of Saint Paul Department of Human Rights from 1973-1975 and the assistant commissioner for enforcement for the State of Minnesota Department of Human Rights from 1977-1981. She managed the investigative and contract compliance activities of these two agencies.

Articles & Presentations

Articles

Summary Guide to Selected Employment Law Claims & Remedies in Minnesota and Surrounding States,” Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, 2015, author

"Looking At Angles Of Liability After A Cyberattack," Insurance Law360 and Employment Law360, January 28, 2015, co-author

"2014 EEOC Year In Review: Lots Of Action, Mixed Results," Employment Law360, December 16, 2014, co-author

Speaking Engagements

"How New Technology Creates New Employment Law Risks – and How You Need to Manage Both," 2016 Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute, May 24, 2016, co-presenter

"Portia in a Different Voice: Speculations on a Women’s Lawyering Process," Minnesota CLE, February 8, 2016, presenter

"2016 New Lawyer Experience," Minnesota CLE, January 29, 2016, presenter

"Personally Identifiable Information: Employer Risks and Responsibilities," Zelle hosted event, June 3, 2015, co-presenter

An Overview of the World of Employment Law in an Age of Technology,” 2015 Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute, May 19, 2015, co-presenter 

Employment Law in Practice,” 2015 New Lawyer Experience, Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, January 29, 2015, presenter

Not Too Much to Ask? … Negotiating Salary and Benefits,” Minnesota Women Lawyers, October 23, 2014, presenter

Employment Law Demystified – How Employment Laws Impact the Real World You Live In,” 2014 Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute, May 19, 2014, presenter

Diversity in Practice – How Are We Doing?,” 2014 Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute, May 19, 2014, moderator

“Employment Law in Practice,” The New Lawyer Experience, Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, 2013

“Inside the Agencies: Charges, Investigations, Future Plans, and More,” Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute, MSBA Continuing Legal Education, 2012

“EEOC Update In-depth – Insights on ADA Leave Complexities and Other Hot Topics,” Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute, MSBA Continuing Legal Education, 2012

“30 Years of Harassment Law – The Critical Concepts and Nuances Every Employment Attorney Needs to Understand,” Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute, MSBA Continuing Legal Education, 2012

“Employment Law in Practice,” The New Lawyer Experience, Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, 2012

Professional Affiliations

Noteworthy

Named among "Top Female Attorneys in Minnesota 2016" by Mpls.St. Paul Magazine
Named Fellow of Litigation Counsel of America
Named among The Best Lawyers in America®, 1993-2017
Selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers®, 2005-2016
Named among the “Top 40 Employment Super Lawyers,” 2006-2007
Named one of the “Top 100 Female Super Lawyers,” 2005-2009, 2013
Named one of Minnesota’s top employment and labor law attorneys by Chambers USA, 2003-2017
Hennepin County Bar Association Diversity Award, 2010
Minnesota Women Lawyers Myra Bradwell Award, 2004
Minnesota State Bar Association’s Professional Excellence Award, 1990



JD Supra Readers Choice Top Author 2016

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