There are many opportunities to develop a deeper understanding of various areas of law. Our professors are passionate about sharing the most fascinating aspects of their areas of expertise with students in the classroom. Programs, courses, journals, and student groups round out the learning experience for students, giving students freedom to explore their interests and refine their skills.
Employment and Labor Law
For most individuals engaged in the workforce, labor and employment law contributes greatly to the nature of the employer-employee relationship. Beginning with child labor statutes and running through age discrimination and pension laws, the law has something to say on nearly every issue confronting employees during their working years — wages, hours, fringe benefits, safety and health, job security, discrimination, and employee privacy.
At Moritz, students study labor and employment law with faculty who enjoy national reputations for their scholarship in this important public policy area. Students engaged in the critical analysis of constitutional, statutory, and common law issues are encouraged to confront complex and controversial public policy problems. Moritz graduates have gone on to represent unions, individual workers, private employers, federal and state government agencies, and public interest organizations active in this field.
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