Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

Labor and Employment Law

293: Advanced Writing for Legal Practice: Employment Discrimination Litigation

Credit Hours

2

Description

Rigorous Writing

Skills

The course is designed to expose the student to the arc of an employment case – from demand letter through summary judgment ruling, from both the plaintiff and defense perspective. Students will have the opportunity to draft a variety of documents typical in an employment case, alternating between documents submitted by the plaintiff and those submitted by the defense.

In addition to providing students with experience drafting practical documents, the course will focus on the procedural mechanics and strategies of litigating an employment case, as well as on substantive employment law topics.