United States - Department of Labor

United States
Eugene Scalia

On Septermber 30th, 2019, Mr. Eugene Scalia took oath as Secretary of Labor of the United States. He holds a law deegree from the University of Chicago Law School, and graduated with distinction from the University of Virginia. 
Secretary Scalia has experience serving in the labor administration. During the George W. Bush administration, he served as Solicitor of Labor, the USDOL's principal legal office. Through this platform, he pursued initiatives to protect low-wage workers, reduce unnecessary regulatory burdens, and enhance enforcement of workplace safety laws. 
He also has experience in the private sector, working as a lawyer expert in labor and employment law, as well as administrative and regulatory law. 
Secretary Scalia has served as a lecturer in labor and employment law at the University of Chicago Law School, and as an adjunct professor at the David A. Clarke School of Law with the University of the District of Columbia. 

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Robert Shepard, Director, Office of International Relations
Ethel Moreno, International Relations Officer
200 Constitution Ave. NW Washington DC 20210
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