More Than Just “Sex:” Title VII, the Expanding Meaning of Sex Discrimination, and the Court’s Role in Correcting Injustice
Charly Shane Gilfoil, Fall 2017
This Note argues that, in doing so, courts have expanded who and what claims fit under the category of “sex discrimination”… Continue Reading
Feminism(s), Progressive Corporate Law, and the Corporate Oppression Remedy: Seeking Fairness and Justice
Shannon Kathleen O’Byrne and Cindy A. Schipani, Fall 2017
The overarching purpose of this article is to build on the work of scholars who have identified what is wrong with corporate law… Continue Reading
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