Saint Louis University

Spring 2014

Employment Discrimination – W 8:30-9:45, F 9:00-10:15am (3 hrs) - McCormick

Disability Law – T, Th 9:00-10:15am (3 hrs) - Pendo

Alternative Dispute Resolution – Th 4:00-5:50pm (2 hrs) - FitzGibbon

Labor Law – T 6:00-7:15, W 8:00-9:15pm (3 hrs) - Bodie

Advanced Topics in Labor Law Seminar – M 4:00-5:50pm (2 hrs) - Wrenn

Employee Protection in Non-Traditional Workplaces Seminar – Th 6:00-7:50pm (2 hrs) - Grant

ERISA Seminar – Th 2:00-3:50pm (2 hrs) - Stokes/Rataj

Workers' Compensation – W 6:00-7:50pm (1 hr) – (first 7 weeks) – Rabbitt

Employment Law Semester in Washington, D.C. – (see other info sheets)

NOTE: Directed Research on employment law topics may count toward the required hours for the concentration and may fulfill the publishable paper requirement.

The requirements for achieving the Employment Law Concentration are satisfactory completion of a minimum of eleven (11) credit hours in approved Employment Law courses and submission of a publishable paper dealing with Employment Law. Students pursuing the Concentration are required to take and pass with a grade of C or above the basic labor law course entitled "Labor Law" (or "The Law of Labor Relations"). Please see me for additional information about the Concentration or the Employment Law courses (Room 910; phone 977-2768; e-mail fitzgisa@slu.edu).