Practical Labour Law At ITCL

Practical Labour Law At ITCL

What is Practical Labour Law?

Practical labor law is a term used to describe the aspects of labor and employment law that human resource professionals, employers, small business etc.


Labour law, the varied body of law applied to such matters as employment, remuneration, conditions of work, trade unions, and industrial relations. In its most comprehensive sense, the term includes social security and disability insurance as well.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I study labour law in South Africa?

The Labour Law Academy provides access to online training on a wide range of labour law courses.

What is an example of a labor law?

Labor law can also refer to the set of standards for working conditions and wage laws. These laws, such as the Fair Labor Standards Act, prohibits child labor, and sets a minimum wage.

How do I become a labour lawyer in South Africa?

 A candidate must possess a bachelor degree in any relevant discipline from a recognized college or university. One must have an aggregate of a minimum of 55% marks in their graduation to be eligible for this course.

Why are labour laws important?

Labour law aims to correct the imbalance of power between the worker and the employer; to prevent the employer from dismissing the worker without good cause; to set up and preserve the processes by which workers are recognized as ‘equal’ partners in negotiations about their working conditions etc.

Can I study law with a diploma pass?

You cannot study a degree course with a Diploma Pass. To study at a degree level, you must have a Bachelor’s Degree Pass.

Is a LLM in Labour law good?

Professionals working in the field with LLM in Labor Law degrees are highly sought after by trade unions, corporations, governments, NGOs and other organizations. Their roles range from teaching in an academic setting to litigating in favor of unions in court.

Can I do LLB after diploma in law?

No, You can not join LL.B after diploma. For 3 year LL. B course applicant must have completed graduation in any discipline with minimum 45% marks.

Who is a master in Labour law?

The Master of Employment Law is a synergy study between law, human resources, and management. The programme aims to specialise both lawyers and professionals in employment and human resource matters. In order to best deal with these corporate legal concerns, the Masters programme offers a wide selection of courses.

How many years do you study law?

Before law school, students must complete a Bachelor’s degree in any subject (law isn’t an undergraduate degree), which takes four years. Then, students complete their Juris Doctor (JD) degree over the next three years. In total, law students in the United States are in school for at least seven years.

How many points do I need to study law?

The minimum requirement to study law is a NQF level 4 certificate, which is a National Senior Certificate or a Senior Certificate. For most universities, a minimum Admissions Point Score (APS) of 21 points is needed for admission, but you’ll find that certain universities require a minimum of 33 points to study law.

Do you need maths to be a lawyer?

Many law students take at least one ‘facilitating’ subject such as a foreign language, maths, science, English, history or geography, which are deemed as good choices for students who want to keep their degree options flexible.

What studying law is like?

Some students become extremely defensive and do everything they can purely for personal gain at the expense of others. This is rare, but law school can be a bit like being on “The Apprentice” competing against others in a high pressure environment with backstabbing and drama!

Does an LLB make you a lawyer?

Becoming an Attorney is only one of many options that a law graduate has; many LLB graduates do become attorneys or advocates, but the list of options is vast – and growing! An LLB degree can be the first step to an academic career.

Is law boring to study?

The study of law is not boring at all. It instigates your logical reasoning and makes you a rational person. Like every field even in law, theoritical and practical world is very different and hence one should always do as many internships as possible while studying Law. No,the study of law is not boring.

Are all lawyers rich?

Lawyers and attorneys often earn substantially over the average salary in the country they practice and while for many this will simply lead to a very comfortable upper-middle life, for some who make it to the elite sphere of law, it can lead to vast wealth.