URBST 229 - Employment and Labor Law
Employment and Labor Law
Examination of primary (case) and secondary (commentary) materials on the legislative, administrative, and contextual aspects of US employment and labor law, including as they pertain to collective bargaining and union organization. The course will be divided into three parts: (1) U.S. law, employment, and labor relations (including the institutional and sociological aspects of law, a review of the constitutional and common law basis for employment and labor law, and a survey of the history and current status of employment and labor law); (2) The legislative, judicial, and administrative aspects of employment and labor law, including issues concerning jurisdiction, procedure, and interpretation of contracts; (3) Current problems in employment and labor law, with an emphasis on practical applications.
Academic Progress Units
Repeat For Credit