7397 SEM: Topics in Employment Law - MOOHR- 23723
Geraldine Moohr (FACULTY)
Course Areas: Employment and Labor Law
Time: 1:00p-2:30p MWLocation:
Course Outline: The goal of this seminar is to develop knowledge of employment law through reading, discussion, and writing a paper on a topic of your choice. We will review classic employment law and discrimination cases, analyze unresolved and emerging issues and look at circuit cases the Supreme Court is hearing this term. Generally, the course is divided into three parts: the first is devoted to reviewing historically important employment law and discrimination cases, the second to emerging issues and current cases, the third to writing and editing your paper. You
will write a paper that satisfies the Law Center writing requirement, and are required to submit other assignments, including a first draft of the paper. Your final seminar grade is based on the paper, a good faith effort to complete the course requirements, and professional conduct throughout the semester.
Course Notes: Quota= 12
Prerequisites: Yes Employment Law, Labor Law or Discrimination Law.
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Satisfies Skills Course Requirement: No
Satisfies Senior Writing Requirement: Yes