Why Employment and Labor Law

Employment and labor law is a dynamic field that often intersects with many other areas of law.

Attorneys with this legal background can work in a variety of capacities in the private, non-profit, and public sectors. Whether you want to represent employers, employees or labor unions, this concentration offers students wide latitude in charting their preparation for work in the field of employment and labor law.

  • Credits required for concentration: 18
  • Minimum required grade point average in concentration courses to obtain concentration: 2.5
  • Recognition: Certificate and transcript notation
  • To receive the concentration, you must submit an application by April 1 of your graduating year.

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