2018-2019 School of Law Catalog 
    
    Jun 30, 2022  
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LAW 345P - Labor and Employment Law Practicum.


This practicum is built around simulations in four important sub-fields in contemporary labor and employment law practice: (1) the “contract” of employment, both formal and informal, as a matter of state law, (2) federal employment discrimination law, covering race, sex, religion, national origin, age, and disability, (3) federal labor standards, such as minimum wage and overtime or family and medical leave regulation, and (4) collective bargaining and labor arbitration. There will be some introductory instruction to provide students an overview of the substantive fields. Students will acquire additional doctrinal understanding, develop practice skills and exercise professional judgment and responsibility through their work on the simulations. Five hours. Tower  Prerequisites: None.



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