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Nancy Chi Cantalupo And Even More of Us Are Brave: Intersectionality & Sexual Harassment of Women Students of Color 42 Harvard Journal of Law & Gender 1 (Winter, 2019) Events in 2017 highlighted both celebrations of and contests over intersectionality and civil rights. In September 2017, the U.S. Department of Education rescinded Obama-era guidance on sexual harassment and replaced it with interim guidance that allows schools to set different evidentiary standards for investigations of sexual and racial...; Search Snippet: ...Even More of Us Are Brave: Intersectionality & Sexual Harassment of Women Students of Color Nancy Chi Cantalupo [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 By... 2019  
Antwann Michael Simpkins Apparitions in the Theory: How the Sciences Cause Race and Gender to Matter in the Twenty-first Century 9 UC Irvine Law Review 1217 (July, 2019) A. Scientific Inquiry. 1221 B. To Use Neuroimaging Techniques. 1227 C. The Science of Law. 1232; Search Snippet: ...Apparitions in the Theory: How the Sciences Cause Race and Gender to Matter in the Twenty-first Century Antwann Michael Simpkins... 2019  
Claudia Flores Beyond the Bad Apple--transforming the American Workplace for Women after #Metoo 2019 University of Chicago Legal Forum 85 (2019) This recent era of the #MeToo Movement has caused many to question whether U.S. sexual harassment laws and policies are responsive to workplace realities. Complaint-based employer policies, contractually-mandated arbitration agreements, time-limited administrative exhaustion requirements, and narrow judicial interpretations of actionable conduct...; Search Snippet: ...Article Beyond the Bad Apple--transforming the American Workplace for Women after #Metoo Claudia Flores [Fnd1] Copyright © 2019 by the University... 2019  
Kristin S. Wilkerson Bridging the Gap 42-APR Wyoming Lawyer 16 (April, 2019) As a former attorney, financial advisor, and most importantly a woman, I'm acutely aware of the issues women face on our path to financial success. On average, women live longer than men, many of us enter and exit the workforce to take care of children and loved ones, and as a whole, make less than men. The detrimental effects that our longevity...; Search Snippet: ...Feature Bridging the Gap Achieving Pay Equity Between Men and Women Kristin S. Wilkerson [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by Kristin S. Wilkerson... 2019  
Amanda B. Slutsky But, Men and Women Are Equally Compensated, Right? An Examination of Why an Equal Rights Amendment in New York's Constitution Will End the Wage Gap 32 Journal of Civil Rights & Economic Development 341 (Spring, 2019) When women succeed, America succeeds. Consider the following scenario: you, a female, worked at the same company for a few years and love your job. But then you find out the coworker in the cubicle next to you, who happens to be a man, is paid a higher salary than you are. You are a little confused at first because both you and your male...; Search Snippet: ...Economic Development Spring, 2019 Note and Comment But, Men and Women Are Equally Compensated, Right? An Examination of Why an Equal... 2019  
Diana C. Nicholls Mutter Crashing the Boards: a Comparative Analysis of the Boxing out of Women on Boards in the United States and Canada 12 Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship and the Law L. 1 (2019) Introduction. 2 I. Why The Regulators Did What They Did When They Did. 3 A. The US's Reactive Approach to Corporate Governance Issues. 3 The Diversity Policy and Why It Was Implemented. 4 B. Canada's Delayed Reaction Regime. 5 The Diversity Policy and Why It Was Implemented. 7 II. Competing Conceptions of the Box Out Problem and Respective...; Search Snippet: ...The Boards: a Comparative Analysis of the Boxing out of Women on Boards in the United States and Canada Diana C... 2019  
Deborah Epstein , Lisa A. Goodman Discounting Women: Doubting Domestic Violence Survivors' Credibility and Dismissing Their Experiences 167 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 399 (January, 2019) In recent months, we've seen an unprecedented wave of testimonials about the serious harms women all too frequently endure. The #MeToo moment, the #WhyIStayed campaign, and the Larry Nassar sentencing hearings have raised public awareness not only about workplace harassment, domestic violence, and sexual abuse, but also about how routinely women...; Search Snippet: ...Review University of Pennsylvania Law Review January, 2019 Article Discounting Women: Doubting Domestic Violence Survivors' Credibility and Dismissing Their Experiences Deborah... 2019  
Adam P. Romero Does the Equal Pay Act Prohibit Discrimination on the Basis of Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity? 10 Alabama Civil Rights & Civil Liberties Law Review 35 (2019) Introduction. 37 I. Recent Evidence of Discrimination Against Sexual and Gender Minorities in the United States. 42 A. Recent Wage Analyses. 46 B. Recent Controlled Experiments. 49 C. Administrative Complaints. 52 D. Other Evidence: Increasing Social Acceptance, Persistently Pervasive Anti-LGBT Violence and Discrimination, and Geographic Variation....; Search Snippet: ...Act Prohibit Discrimination on the Basis of Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity? Adam P. Romero [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by the University... 2019  
Kristy D'Angelo-Corker Don't Call Me Sweetheart! Why the Aba's New Rule Addressing Harassment and Discrimination Is So Important for Women Working in the Legal Profession Today 23 Lewis & Clark Law Review 263 (2019) Popular culture has recently shone a spotlight on the inequality and discrimination faced by women in many professions. With the Me Too and Time's Up campaigns in full swing it is clear that women are ready to fight to be respected and receive equal treatment. Although there are a plethora of news stories highlighting the issues that women are...; Search Snippet: ...New Rule Addressing Harassment and Discrimination Is So Important for Women Working in the Legal Profession Today Kristy D'angelo-corker [Fna1... 2019  
Amanda Jayne Miller , Sharon Sassler Don't Force My Hand: Gender and Social Class Variation in Relationship Negotiation 51 Arizona State Law Journal 1369 (Winter 2019) Do the relationship processes leading to cohabitation and subsequent outcomes contribute to growing social class disparities in family behaviors? Our paper explores the role played by gender and class in relationship progression, from dating, to cohabiting, to talk of marriage and proposing. Data are from in-depth interviews with 122 service-class...; Search Snippet: ...Symposium on Nonmarriage and the Law Don't Force My Hand: Gender and Social Class Variation in Relationship Negotiation Amanda Jayne Miller... 2019  
Madison Hartman , J.D., May 2019, Indiana University, Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Indianapolis, IN Employment-based Legal and Policy Solutions for Female Victims of Intimate Partner Violence 31 No. 5 Health Lawyer 17 (June, 2019) The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) defines intimate partner violence (IPV) as the physical violence, sexual violence, stalking and psychological aggression by a current or former intimate partner such as a spouse or a boyfriend/girlfriend. IPV continues to be a prevalent public health problem, despite laws such as the 1994...; Search Snippet: ...Lawyer June, 2019 Employment-based Legal and Policy Solutions for Female Victims of Intimate Partner Violence Madison Hartman [Fna1] J.d., May... 2019  
Andrea James Ending the Incarceration of Women and Girls 128 Yale Law Journal Forum 772 (2/25/2019) This Essay encourages a shift in public awareness towards support for ending incarceration of women and girls; towards a deeper exploration of prison abolition, and of the possibilities besides reliance on prisons; and towards the view that incarceration is not an acceptable form of addressing harm that only needs reform, but rather is a...; Search Snippet: ...Journal Forum February 25, 2019 Collection Ending the Incarceration of Women and Girls Andrea James [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 the Yale Law Journal, Andrea... 2019  
Katie Hicks Expanding Peña-rodriguez V. Colorado to Protect Criminal Defendants from Explicit Gender Animus 72 Arkansas Law Review 519 (2019) Equal opportunity to participate in the fair administration of justice is fundamental to our democratic system. It not only furthers the goals of the jury system. It reaffirms the promise of equality under the law--that all citizens, regardless of race, ethnicity, or gender, have the chance to take part directly in our democracy. When persons are...; Search Snippet: ...Peña-rodriguez V. Colorado to Protect Criminal Defendants from Explicit Gender Animus Katie Hicks [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by the Arkansas Law... 2019  
Mae C. Quinn Fallen Woman (Re)framed: Judge Jean Hortense Norris, New York City-- 1912-1955 67 University of Kansas Law Review 451 (March, 2019) In 1932, William and John Northrop, brothers and members of the New York State Bar, published their book, The Insolence of Office: The Story of the Seabury Investigations. It purported to provide the factual narrative underlying the wide-ranging New York City investigation that occurred under the auspices of their brethren-in-law, Samuel Seabury....; Search Snippet: ...Review University of Kansas Law Review March, 2019 Article Fallen Woman (Re)framed: Judge Jean Hortense Norris, New York City-- 1912-1955... 2019  
Mae C. Quinn Fallen Woman Further (Re)framed: Jewels and Travels, Tragedies and Secrets, Judge Jean Hortense Norris 68 University of Kansas Law Review 227 (December, 2019) On May 8, 1899, Abraham and Straus ran an advertisement in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle declaring women of Brooklyn have learned to look for . larger opportunities. It promised their expectations, no matter how great, are always realized by purchasing sale items at their department store. Women's Shirt Waists, known as a modern clothing option...; Search Snippet: ...Review University of Kansas Law Review December, 2019 Article Fallen Woman Further (Re)framed: Jewels and Travels, Tragedies and Secrets, Judge Jean... 2019  
Kim Brooks Feminist Statutory Interpretation 16 Pittsburgh Tax Review 125 (Spring, 2019) Leading Canadian scholar Ruth Sullivan describes the act of statutory interpretation as a mix of art and archeology. Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Tax Opinions affirms her assessment. If the act of statutory interpretation requires us to deploy our interdisciplinary talents, at least somewhat unmoored from the constraints of formal expressions of...; Search Snippet: ...Review Spring, 2019 Symposium on Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Tax Opinions Feminist Statutory Interpretation Kim Brooks [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by University Of... 2019  
Valorie K. Vojdik From Suffrage to Citizenship: the Battle for Gender Equality at the Citadel 86 Tennessee Law Review 561 (2019) Introduction. 561 I. From the Ballot Box to Federal Courts. 564 II. Faulkner v. Jones: Challenging the Citadel's Exclusion of Women Under the Fourteenth Amendment. 571 III. Through the Gates: The Fight for Gender Equality Continues. 583 Conclusion. 590; Search Snippet: ...2019 Symposium Edition from Suffrage to Citizenship: the Battle for Gender Equality at the Citadel Valorie K. Vojdik [Fna1] Copyright © 2019... 2019  
Weiru Fang Gender Parity: the Increasing Success and Subsequent Effect of 'Anti-male Bias' Claims in Campus Sexual Assault Proceedings 104 Cornell Law Review 467 (January, 2019) Introduction. 467 I. Title IX. 469 A. The Context of Campus Sexual Assault. 469 B. Title IX and Sexual Assault. 471 C. Legislative Direction. 471 II. Title IX and the Accused: An Overview of Anti-Male Bias Suits. 474 A. Pre-Twombly/Iqbal: Yusuf v. Vassar College. 474 B. Second Circuit: Presumption-Shifting Framework. 477 C. Sixth Circuit:...; Search Snippet: ...2068575 Cornell Law Review Cornell Law Review January, 2019 Note Gender Parity: the Increasing Success and Subsequent Effect of Anti-male... 2019  
Samantha M. Sbrocchi Gender Pay Gap: the Time to Speak up Is Now 35 Touro Law Review 839 (2019) In 1963, Congress took its first steps towards addressing the gender pay gap by enacting the Equal Pay Act of 1963 (EPA). The EPA prohibits employers from discriminating on the basis of sex by paying wages to employees in such establishment at a rate less than the rate at which he pays wages to employees of the opposite sex for equal work on...; Search Snippet: ...2019 Wl 2521912 Touro Law Review Touro Law Review 2019 Gender Pay Gap: the Time to Speak up Is Now Samantha... 2019  
Stephanie M. Wildman Hearing Women: from Professor Hill to Dr. Ford 33 Journal of Civil Rights & Economic Development 85 (Summer, 2019) Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg said, in words that resonate today (and not just because of his gendered language choices): Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth, upon this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing...; Search Snippet: ...Civil Rights & Economic Development Summer, 2019 Note and Comment Hearing Women: from Professor Hill to Dr. Ford Stephanie M. Wildman [Fna1... 2019  
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