Capstone: Employment Law
The course introduces the student - in the context of theory, simulated practice, and models of professionalism - to selected topics in the law of the contemporary workplace.
Although much emphasis will be placed on traditional labor-management relations, the course offers a working knowledge of the essential language, issues, rules, and strategies found across a wide range of employment law practice including wrongful termination, status discrimination, privacy, wages and hours, alternative dispute resolution, international labor standards, and federal preemption.
Prerequisites: Civil Procedure I (110A) and Civil Procedure II (110B).
Recommended: One of the following: Employment Discrimination Law (728E); Employment Law Survey (629); Entertainment Industry Labor & Employment Law (694); Labor Law (594); Sports Law (544); or International Sports Law (656).