|LGLS 8350||The Law and Business of Immigration (same as Law 7328)|
This course examines immigration, labor, and employment issues from law and business perspectives. The course covers employers obligations to verify workers immigration status, the visas available to foreign workers, and employer liability for the hiring and employment practices of subcontractors. It also explores the standing of immigrant workers under labor and employment laws and international labor supply and demand issues from the perspectives of workers and employers. The course is interdisciplinary and highly participatory and exposes students both to doctrinal legal questions and to the realities of employing, and representing, immigrant workers.
|LGLS 8389||Directed Readings in Legal Studies|
|Credit Hours||1.0 - 3.0|
|Prerequisites||Consent of the instructor, good academic standing|
|LGLS 8450||Legal Environment of Health Care (Same as HA 8450)|
|Prerequisites||Consent of the instructor|
|Requirements||CSP: 1, 6|
This course provides students with a study of the legal aspects of the health care business. The course covers the role of government in regulating health care and health applications of the law, of torts/malpractice, contracts, and administrative law. It equips students to recognize legal issues in the health care environment and to manage legal risks in decision making.