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Correspondence: Letter, September 13, 1985 To Dr. Saffy, Duval County Hospital Authority, Betty Holzendorf Sep 1985

Correspondence: Letter, September 13, 1985 To Dr. Saffy, Duval County Hospital Authority, Betty Holzendorf

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

A letter stating Dr. Edna L. Saffy’s confirmation of appointment to the Duval County Hospital Authority by Mayor Jake M. Godbold scheduled to come before the Rules Committee September 19, 1985.


Correspondence: Letter, July 31, 1985 To Dr. Saffy, Mayor’S Commission On The Status Of Women, Jeanne Bucher Ward Jul 1985

Correspondence: Letter, July 31, 1985 To Dr. Saffy, Mayor’S Commission On The Status Of Women, Jeanne Bucher Ward

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

A letter from the Chairperson, Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women expressing deep appreciation for all the work Edna L. Saffy did in Jacksonville on the behalf of women. Written on Office of the Mayor letterhead, Jake M. Godbold mayor.


Correspondence: Letter, July 16, 1985, To. Dr. Saffy, Duval County Hospital Authority, Jake M. Godbold Jul 1985

Correspondence: Letter, July 16, 1985, To. Dr. Saffy, Duval County Hospital Authority, Jake M. Godbold

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

A letter from Mayor Godbold to Dr. Saffy regarding appointment to the Duval County Hospital Authority.


Sex Discrimination In Pension And Retirement Annuity Plans After Arizona Governing Committee V. Norris: Recognizing And Remedying Employer Non-Compliance, Mary L. Heen Jul 1985

Sex Discrimination In Pension And Retirement Annuity Plans After Arizona Governing Committee V. Norris: Recognizing And Remedying Employer Non-Compliance, Mary L. Heen

Law Faculty Publications

This article is intended to help employees and practitioners determine whether an employer's pension or annuity plan violates Title VII, and if so, to identify the scope of relief which may be obtained. Part I discusses the Supreme Court's decision in Arizona Governing Committee v. Norris. Part II discusses the various types of pension and retirement plans, and describes how to identify sex discrimination in typical plans. Part ill briefly addresses the more difficult question of how to remedy employer non-compliance, and discusses the relief issues raised by both retirees and present employees (with reagard to benefits based ...


Civil Liberties For Homosexuals: The Law In Limbo, Kenneth Lasson Apr 1985

Civil Liberties For Homosexuals: The Law In Limbo, Kenneth Lasson

All Faculty Scholarship

This article will examine the recent surge in litigation arising from assertions by homosexuals of their constitutional rights - cases that reflect the law in flux and conflict - and will demonstrate that both constitutional principles and social philosophy generally require resolution of the conflicts in favor of equality, without regard to sexual preference.


The Concept Of Person In The Law, Charles H. Baron Apr 1985

The Concept Of Person In The Law, Charles H. Baron

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

The focus of the abortion debate in the United States tends to be on whether and at what stage a fetus is a person. I believe this tendency has been unfortunate and counterproductive. Instead of advancing dialogue between opposing sides, such a focus seems to have stunted it, leaving advocates in the sort of “I did not!” – “You did too!” impasse we remember from childhood. Also reminiscent of that childhood scene has been the vain attempt to break the impasse by appeal to a higher authority. Thus, the pro-choice forces hoped they had proved the pro-life forces “wrong” by having ...


Correspondence: Letter, January 28, 1985, To Dr. Saffy, Jake M. Godbold Jan 1985

Correspondence: Letter, January 28, 1985, To Dr. Saffy, Jake M. Godbold

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

A short letter from the Office of the Mayor offering Dr. Saffy an opportunity to be on a team.


Liberty And Community In Constitutional Law: The Abortion Cases In Comparative Perspective, Donald P. Kommers Jan 1985

Liberty And Community In Constitutional Law: The Abortion Cases In Comparative Perspective, Donald P. Kommers

Journal Articles

In the mid-1970s the high courts of several western democracies handed down constitutional decisions concerning the legal regulation of abortion. All of the courts sustained their abortion statutes except the United States and West Germany, which moved in opposite directions. The US Supreme Court voided the conservative abortion statutes of various states while West Germany's highest court nullified an abortion statute that took a liberal stance on abortion. The extended opinions of the American and German courts and their contrasting grounds for decision make them fitting candidates for a comparative analysis of abortion jurisprudence. The abortion issue illustrates the ...