Individual Employment Law
2017-2018 School of Law Bulletin
   

LAWS 630 - Individual Employment Law


Credits: 3

Legislatures and courts have steadily increased regulation of employment relationships in recent decades. The new regulations consist of a mixture of contract, tort, criminal, and administrative law. This course explores those developments, and we will study many of the statutory and common law rules governing the establishment and termination of the employment relationship and regulating the conditions of employment. Given the breadth of the subject matter, Individual Employment Law will be useful for students considering general practice or corporate law as well as those planning to practice labor and employment law.

Prerequisites: None

Basis of Grade: Final examination and class participation

Form of Grade: Letter Grade




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