Employment Litigation is a simulation course, designed to introduce students to the representation of a client in an employment discrimination case, from the initial client interview through a motion for summary judgment. Students are assigned as members of either the plaintiff or defense law firm, and work with a "senior partner"/professor in interviewing the prospective clients; preparing engagement letters; drafting a Complaint or an Answer; drafting and responding to written discovery; preparing for, taking, and defending depositions; and preparing or opposing a motion for summary judgment.
|Course #:||LAW 324|
|Course Type:||JD Litigation or Practice Skills|
|Area of Study:||Labor and Employment Law|
|Credit Hours:||Three credit hours.|