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Workplace Law: Transactional Skills and Drafting

Course Number: LAW 6930 Credits: 2

This is a classroom-based experiential learning course designed for students interested in a career in workplace law. Students will have the opportunity to integrate substantive workplace law concepts while gaining practical skills training and exposure to issues of professionalism in the field.  Simulated practice problems will focus on transactional & pre-litigation contexts, such as negotiation of employee hire and exit and internal planning and policy development.  Students will prepare a variety of written documents, including letters to clients and opposing counsel, management policies, term sheets, and employment contracts. (Pre-requisite: prior or co-enrollment one foundational workplace law course, e.g., employment law, employment discrimination or labor law, or by instructor permission.)