Employment Discrimination (LAW-668-001)
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Anti-discrimination law is an important regulator of employer-employee relationships in the United States. Law students interested in many areas of U.S. employment, business, labor, and/or civil rights law should therefore acquire a strong grounding in the analytics of U.S. workplace anti-discrimination laws. This course is a survey of the major federal statutes prohibiting discrimination in the workplace, with a focus on practical problems encountered in litigation. Topics include statutory scope and coverage, establishing liability, defenses, remedies, and administrative and civil procedure, including the increasing use of alternative dispute resolution.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Employment Discrimination Law: Visions of Equality in Theory and Doctrine, Fourth Edition, by George Rutherglen (ISBN: 978-1-63459-449-3).
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