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Employment Discrimination Law - LAW 721

2-3 Hours

A survey course that canvasses the principal federal statutes prohibiting employment discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, religion, age, national origin, and disability. In addition to analyzing various theories of employment discrimination law as articulated by the courts, the course emphasizes the practical aspects of prosecuting and defending discrimination claims in litigation. Special emphasis is placed on gender discrimination issues, including sexual harassment. The course will be relevant to students who anticipate litigating, practicing employment law, or serving a federal judicial clerkship.

Fall 2011 Section 001
Professor James Leonard
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Fall 2012 Section 001
Professor James Leonard
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Fall 2013 Section 001
Professor James Leonard
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