The syllabus is designed to provide participants with a detailed knowledge of all aspects of the law relating to employment both individual and collective.
- This 30 credit Course consists of a series of 12 lectures in Semester One together with a Distinguished Guest Lecture (Employment Law I) and a series of a further 10 lectures in Semester Two together with a workshop on Dispute Resolution Machinery (Employment Law II). Students will be required to complete a dissertation by the end of each semester for which 10 credits will be applied to each. There will also be a two-hour end of year examination to which a further 10 credits will be applied. The examination, which is of two hours duration, will be held in May.
Who should apply?
Part Time option suitable for:
Domestic(EEA) applicants: Yes
International (Non EEA) applicants currently residing outside of the EEA Region. No
It includes the formation of a contract of employment, employment rights and duties, dismissal, employment equality, industrial action, workplace privacy, bullying, stress at work and freedom of association.
- demonstrate specialised knowledge and understanding of Irish and/or European Employment Law
-apply their knowledge and understanding of the law and their problem-solving abilities in diverse environments.
-use knowledge of substantive law to critique arguments as to whether and how the law studied is in need of reform.
-integrate source material from a variety of disciplinary areas to reach reasoned decisions about the relative status of competing claims to knowledge.
-unpack complex legal arguments and to render intelligible to a non-specialist audience, key disciplinary insights.