Employment & Labor Practice

If you pursue employment and labor practice, you would represent either employers or employees.  Some labor lawyers focus their practice on labor-management relations, and labor unions and collective bargaining.  Others concentrate on other aspects of the regulation of employment and employee’s rights.  Lawyers in these areas of practice often appear before administrative agencies and in state and federal court. Thus, if you are interested in employment and labor practice, you should be familiar not only with the basic substantive law principles but also with the skills necessary for litigation, negotiation and arbitration.

General Courses

  • Administrative Law
  • Advanced Legal Research
  • Because of Sex: Sex Discrimination
  • Business Organizations
  • Complex Litigation Theory
  • Corporate Compliance Risk Management
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Employee Benefits
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Employment Law
  • Evidence
  • Federal Courts/Federal Systems
  • Health Care and the Law
  • Immigration Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Internet Law
  • Interviewing/Counseling
  • Labor Law I and II
  • Negotiation & Mediation Advocacy
  • Sports Law
    • Advanced Legal and Business Aspects of Professional Sports
    • Advanced Practices, Skills and Documents
    • Business of Professional Sports
    • Professional Athlete Representation
  • Trial Advocacy
    • Intensive Trial Advocacy
    • Trial Practice Competition
    • Advanced Trial Advocacy
  • Workers' Compensation Law

 

Practical Writing Courses

  • Legal Writing 3 (LW3): Transactional 
    • 2nd Year students only. Students must complete this course or LW3: Litigation before taking a Practical Writing course.
  • Administrative Practice
  • Business Planning
  • Civil Pretrial Practice
  • Contract Drafting
  • E-Business
  • In-House Counsel
  • Litigation Drafting
  • Representing Closely Held Businesses

Research Paper Courses

  • Privacy Law
  • Retirement Policy

 

Clinics & Externships