The College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers is an organization that honors workers’ compensation plaintiff’s attorneys, defense attorneys, professors, and judges nationwide. Our Fellows are recognized as distinguished members of the workers’ compensation legal community.

Workers’ compensation is a very important field of the law, if not the most important. It touches more lives than any other field of the law. It involves the payments of huge sums of money. The welfare of human beings, the success of business, and the pocketbooks of consumers are affected daily by it.

Judge E.R. Mills, Singletary v. Mangham Construction, 418 So.2d 1138 (Fla. 1st DCA, 1982)

UPCOMING EVENTS

15th Annual Induction Dinner
15th Annual Induction Dinner
March 19-20, 2021
Westin New Orleans Canal Place

View all newsletters

View all newsletters

2019 WRITING CONTEST WINNER : George Flores

Penn State Law, University Park

George Flores is currently a second-year law student at Penn State Law, University Park. He graduated from the University of Louisville in 2018 after a decade-long career repairing woodwind musical instruments. He founded the PSL chapter of if/when/how: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice during his first year. He currently works as a Research Assistant to Professor Megan Wright researching Health Law topics. During the summer of 2019, he worked as Research Assistant to Professor Michael Foreman in the PSL Civil Rights Appellate Clinic researching current topics in Employment Discrimination Law. After law school, George plans to practice public interest law in...

Read More

George Flores is currently a second-year law student at Penn State Law, University Park. He graduated from the University of Louisville in 2018 after a decade-long career repairing woodwind musical instruments. He founded the PSL chapter of if/when/how: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice during his first year. He currently works as a Research Assistant to Professor Megan Wright researching Health Law topics. During the summer of 2019, he worked as Research Assistant to Professor Michael Foreman in the PSL Civil Rights Appellate Clinic researching current topics in Employment Discrimination Law. After law school, George plans to practice public interest law in Augusta, Maine.

Lewis and Bourgoin: The Growing Divide Over Reimbursement for Medical Marijuana in the Workers’ Compensation System

Read Less
writing contest winner George Flores