The Labor and Employment Law Section proudly awarded Sue Stingley its Leonard Lindquist Award at its annual dinner on June 15, 2016. The award is given annually to a practicing or recently retired employment or labor attorney for contributions and service to the legal community and the community at large. Stingley, a well-known and highly respected litigator and mediator in the field of labor and employment law, came to prominence as a special master in the Rajender v. University of Minnesota case, in which women faculty members sued the University of Minnesota for gender discrimination. She worked closely with the other special master, Leonard Lindquist, to successfully resolve some 450 individual Title VII cases that arose from the Rajender consent decree. Mr. Lindquist’s widow—and Sue’s friend—Bernie Lindquist was on hand to share in the celebration.
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