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Labor and Employment Law Drafting

This course exposes students to the principles and skills of labor and employment drafting.  Students draft documents involved in collective bargaining, labor arbitrations, employee benefit matters, proceedings before government agencies such as the NLRB and EEOC, and federal litigation over employment disputes.  Documents drafted include unfair labor practice charges, union election protests, employment discrimination complaints, NLRB and EEOC position statements, benefit fund trustee resolutions, collective bargaining proposals, information requests and subpoenas, and civil litigation motions.  3 credits.