Curriculum

The 2018 curriculum for the online LL.M. in Employment Law is forthcoming

First Semester

470.0 Cutting Edge Issues in Employment Law (2 credits)

471.0 Evolving Employment Discrimination Law (2 credits)

Second Semester

472.0 Representing Clients in the 21st Century Unionized Workplace (2 credits)

473.0 ADR in Employment Law (2 credits)

Third Semester

474.0 Constitutional Issues in the Workplace (2 credits)

475.0 Investigating and Litigating Employment Law Cases (2 credits)

476.1 Master’s Thesis I (1 credit)

Fourth Semester

477.0 Improving Employment Law Documents (2 credits)

478.0 Twenty-first Century Administrative Agency Practice for Employment Lawyers (2 credits)

476.2 Master’s Thesis II (1 credit)

Fifth Semester

479.0 Workplace Safety Regulation (2 credits)

476.3 Master’s Thesis III (2 credits)

During the fifth semester, students will choose one elective course from those offered, depending on student demand. Potential elective courses include:

480.0 Employee Benefits (2 credits)

481.0 International Labor and Employment Law (2 credits)

482.0 Issues in Public Employee Law (2 credits)

483.0 Employment Issues in Immigration and Naturalization Law (2 credits)

484.0 Employment Law in the Information Age (2 credits)

485.0 Collective Bargaining, Arbitration, and Contract Enforcement (2 credits)

685.0 Electronic Discovery (3 credits)

Other LL.M. in Employment Law Course(s)

419.0 Employment Law (3 credits)