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13 LLM Programs in Employment Law 2023

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LLM is Latin for Legum Magister, signifying Master of Laws. Our Master of Laws (LL.M.) Program in American Law is a one-year graduate program. Foreign law graduates who successfully complete the program are awarded the degree “LL.M. in American Law.”

What is employment law? Employment law is the law that governs employment-related relations between individuals and their employers. This includes employees, workers, job applicants, trade unions, and professional associations. Employment law has evolved to cover a wide range of issues, including employer's liability for the actions of its employees at work; basic rules about working time, pay rates, and contracts; and rights of employees to maternity or paternity leave, benefits, and pension schemes. Employment law also provides a framework and regulations for the termination of employment relationships.What law careers are available to law students studying employment law? There are several law career options for law graduate who have studied employment law. A possible career option for a law graduate or law student with an interest in employment law includes working as a lawyer in private law firms or law firms dedicated to the area of employment law. Graduates might also consider working for law commissions, law reform bodies, and law universities as academics. A law graduate interested in employment law could also work as a legal adviser for either a trade union or employer. It could also mean becoming a law writer for academic purposes or legal publishing companies. There are many law careers available to law graduates or law students who study this discipline.

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