Comparative Employment Discrimination Seminar
2017-2018 School of Law Bulletin
   

LAWS 623 - Comparative Employment Discrimination Seminar


Credits: 2/3

This course is a seminar focusing on a comparison of employment discrimination laws in the United States and abroad. Students examine timely issues under the American legal system and compare the American approach to these issues with that of foreign-based systems. Through this comparative approach, students will examine critically the American system of employment law primarily as it exists under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Prerequisites: None

Note: This course satisfies the perspective course requirement. It satisfies the graduation writing requirement if taken for 3 hours.

Basis of Grade: Paper, oral presentation, and class participation

Form of Grade: Letter




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