With a track record of extensive organizing since the 1990’s, I’m starting to compile all of my media mentions, press coverage, and published literature.
 Wazlavek, Thomas D. Aaron, Defending Exclusive Representation: Tyranny of the Minority in the Workplace for Educators Poses Special Risks to Charter School Teachers (July 24, 2020). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3786361.
 (Publishes soon via the University of Florida’s International Law Journal, the Florida Journal of International Law) Wazlavek, Thomas D. Aaron, The Pond Separates Cultures but Not Values: A Comparative Look at the French Codification of Right to Withdrawal of Labor and the American Concept of At-Will Employment. 33 Fla. J. Int’l L __ (forthcoming 2021), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3843388.
 Law Related Blog Contributions:
- [a] The Savory Tort: Indigenous people battle extractive industries, government in Constitutional Court of Ecuador (tweet cited in Donzinger update).
- [b] The Savory Tort: American soccer traces roots to textile mills (cited in acknowledgement following article).
- [c] The Savory Tort: Comparative law papers examine fin reg, human rights, environment, labor, piracy, sovereignty, and more (forthcoming journal article cited).
Organizing, Advocacy, and Other Mentions:
 Contractor killed on Eglin to be honored Saturday (LexisNexis Sign In Required).
 Playing Warhol (IMDB credit for indie movie production exploring trans and gay rights, et al, featured as the BlackJack Dealer).
 Stuck in the system: Woman spends 2 years in ‘vicious cycle’ between mental hospital, jail (LexisNexis Sign In Required).
 DNC’s ‘listening tour’ storms into Bay (LexisNexis Sign In Required).
 State Latin Forum.
 GOP letter in question.
 Candidate debate set.
 Voices from the Field.