Teaching Problem-Solving and Preventive Law Skills Through International Labour and Employment Law
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law
March 23, 2009
The International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, pp. 15-21, March 2009
This essay describes how problem-solving and preventive law principles apply in the teaching of international labor and employment law. This is because the subject itself crosses disciplinary and geographical boundaries. Students are taught about the importance of the lawyer's role as a counselor, rather than simply a litigator, which is at the center of the model of the lawyer as a problem solver.
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Date posted: June 24, 2009