Area of Concentration
Labor and Employment Law is a fast-growing, dynamic field that offers a wide range of practice—from litigation to in-house counsel to government work. Our faculty has a range of experience as practitioners and scholars in employment discrimination, labor and employment law, and international issues.
Students are required to take two of the offered core courses, two of the offered elective courses, one course that satisfies the experiential requirement (EXP). Students must also complete both a scholarly writing requirement (SWR) and a pro bono/internship requirement. For more information, please see the Area of Concentration Application Form.
Fellowship Opportunities and Internships
There are many internship and/or employment opportunities available through the Clinical Internship Program and the Career and Professional Development Office (CPDO). Representative employers include the EEOC, Employee Rights Center, California Department of Labor Standards Enforcement, several private law firms, among other opportunities. Contact the Clinical Internship Program and/or CPDO for more information.