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A Q&A Session with Our Online MJ-LEL Program Director

Joel Wm. Friedman is the Jack M. Gordon Professor of Procedural Law and Jurisdiction at Tulane University Law School and program director for the school’s Master of Jurisprudence in Labor and Employment Law (MJ-LEL) program. A J.D. graduate o...

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How do you define parental leave? If you’re like most, you think of mothers taking time off work to give birth, and then spend time with her newborn. Multiple studies indicate that access to paid parental leave positively impacts postpartum health and overall wellness for both baby and mom.1 Des...

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Student Spotlight: Janet Bashen (L '18)

For those with established experience in human resources (HR), you may be under the impression you know all there is to know about HR and applying it in your workplace. But that couldn't be further from the truth.

Tulane University Law School's Online Ma...

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Student Spotlight: Monica Manolas (L '18)

If you attended college on campus, you may be a little uneasy when first considering joining an online graduate program. But in addition to offering the convenience you need for a livable work-life-school balance, the digital classroom brings the rigorous...

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Student Spotlight: Crystal Kelly (L '18)

When it comes to human resources (HR), it's often easy to overlook the field's intense emphasis on employment law, but understanding compliancy is absolutely paramount to an HR professional's ability to protect the organization from legal action.

But, as...

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