Program can be completed in less than two years

Tulane University Law School has announced the launch of a new online Master of Jurisprudence in Labor and Employment Law.

The new program will help non-lawyers understand the multifaceted topics surrounding hiring, firing, and other employment issues.

“Organization leaders and human resource professionals now require basic understanding in the legal architecture that frames every decision to hire, train, promote, or discipline an employee," says David Meyer, the dean of Tulane Law School.

"This program will provide that understanding in a format that enables professionals at all career stages to benefit.”

The program will take place entirely online. The curriculum will be delivered through a variety of distance-learning channels, including recorded lectures and live virtual sessions.

The new program is 25 credit-hours and can be completed in under two years.

The ABA has already given the new degree formal acquiescence. Tulane is still waiting on approval from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, which is expected by January 2016.

Classes are scheduled to start in May. 

For more information, please see the Tulane Law news release announcing the launch of the online Master's in Labor and Employment Law.

You can read more about Tulane's LL.M. programs on the school's Full Profile at LLM GUIDE.

Photo: Tulane Law's Weinmann Hall / Public Domain

Comments

Vijay sing...    |    Aug 14, 2016 20:16
Hey I am vijay singh from india wish to undergo such education, assist in knowing employment related legal implication and challenge. Kindly guide me to enroll with the university for admission. Rgds 08828328867
Reply

Related Law Schools

New Orleans, Louisiana 67 Followers 80 Discussions

More LLM News

NUI Galway Launches LL.M. in International Migration and Refugee Law and Policy

Apr 05, 2019

More LLM News

LLM Articles

Studying for an LL.M. in Paris

Apr 05, 2019

With an abundance of world-class law schools and law firms, and commercial and cultural clout, Paris is one of the best cities in which to study law

Post-LL.M. Careers: The World Could be your Oyster

Feb 28, 2019

After an LL.M. degree, grads have many career options, from Big Law firms to the public sector and even academia

Why an LL.M. in Human Rights Law is a Passport to Rewarding and Boundless Careers

Feb 18, 2019

There is a misconception that a post-LL.M. career in human rights is “mushy”, but it’s intellectually rigorous, from defending Guantanamo Bay detainees, to helping Roma children

More Articles

Related Top 10 Lists

More Top 10 Lists