LLM courses for employment and labor law


Hi,

I am looking to specialize in employment and labor laws. My objective is not to specialize in any particular country's labor laws instead I am interested in getting a comparative study of the employment and labor laws across jurisdictions. Does anybody have any suggestions for the best law schools for employment and labor law? Please let me know.

Thanks.

Hi,

I am looking to specialize in employment and labor laws. My objective is not to specialize in any particular country's labor laws instead I am interested in getting a comparative study of the employment and labor laws across jurisdictions. Does anybody have any suggestions for the best law schools for employment and labor law? Please let me know.

Thanks.
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chicken so...

It depends. Where you do you want to study? (US, Europe, elsewhere?)

Start here:

https://llm-guide.com/concentrations/employment-law-labour-law-social-security-law

... that's a listing worldwide of all law schools offering LLMs in Employment Law. Although I wouldn't pay attention to the order so much as it looks like the schools are sorted based on popularity and not on any qualitative factors. 

It depends. Where you do you want to study? (US, Europe, elsewhere?)<br><br>Start here:<br><br>https://llm-guide.com/concentrations/employment-law-labour-law-social-security-law<br><br>... that's a listing worldwide of all law schools offering LLMs in Employment Law. Although I wouldn't pay attention to the order so much as it looks like the schools are sorted based on popularity and not on any qualitative factors.&nbsp;
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I think the best programme for your needs is the Global and European Labour Law (Advanced LL.M.) at Leiden University (Leiden University is considered among the best 25 Law Schools in the world).

A cheaper alternative is the Labour Law and Employment Relations (LLM) at Tilburg University.

Good alternatives, but with a focus also on Australian Law, are the Labour Law LLM's offered by Melbourne University and Sidney University. 

I think the best programme for your needs is the Global and European Labour Law (Advanced LL.M.) at Leiden University (Leiden University is considered among the best 25 Law Schools in the world).<br><br>A cheaper alternative is the Labour Law and Employment Relations (LLM) at Tilburg University.<br><br>Good alternatives, but with a focus also on Australian Law, are the Labour Law LLM's offered by Melbourne University and Sidney University.&nbsp;
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