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Civil Rights and Discrimination

1990

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Judge Orders Partnership In A Bias Case, Ann Hagadorn, Wade Lambert Dec 1990

Judge Orders Partnership In A Bias Case, Ann Hagadorn, Wade Lambert

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Sex Bias Plaintiff Wins Appeal, Richmond Times Dec 1990

Sex Bias Plaintiff Wins Appeal, Richmond Times

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Appeals Court Upholds Order To Make Woman A Partner, Albert B. Crenshaw Dec 1990

Appeals Court Upholds Order To Make Woman A Partner, Albert B. Crenshaw

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Litigant Closer To Partnership, The Washington Times Dec 1990

Litigant Closer To Partnership, The Washington Times

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Some Words Are Injurious . . . Some Cause A Raging Storm, Kenneth Lasson Dec 1990

Some Words Are Injurious . . . Some Cause A Raging Storm, Kenneth Lasson

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Rethinking Minority Business Development Strategies, Robert E. Suggs Dec 1990

Rethinking Minority Business Development Strategies, Robert E. Suggs

Faculty Scholarship

Minority business set-asides were created as a prophylactic measure to redress discrimination against minority owned business firms. Predominantly minority jurisdictions found them especially attractive because they promised to provide minority firms a share of the procurement dollars expended by these jurisdictions. The Croson decision invalidated Richmond’s ordinance and posed substantial barriers to further enactments. This article proposes an alternative to such set-aides. It argues that the proposed alternative, an Equal Opportunity Rating Agency (EORA), provides a superior business development policy tool and does not have the constitutional vulnerabilities of set-asides. An EORA would operate much like a credit rating ...


Correspondence: November 6, 1990, Note Regarding The Lawton Chiles Rally, Sam Nunn Nov 1990

Correspondence: November 6, 1990, Note Regarding The Lawton Chiles Rally, Sam Nunn

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

A note from United States Senator Sam Nunn to Dr. Edna Saffy.


Free Speech: It's Great For Hate, Kenneth Lasson Oct 1990

Free Speech: It's Great For Hate, Kenneth Lasson

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Levels Of Generality In The Definition Of Rights, Laurence H. Tribe, Michael C. Dorf Oct 1990

Levels Of Generality In The Definition Of Rights, Laurence H. Tribe, Michael C. Dorf

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

This article focuses on one important aspect of the quest for constitutional meaning: how to determine whether a particular liberty-whether or not expressly enumerated in the Bill of Rights-is a "fundamental" right. Whether under the somewhat tarnished banner of substantive due process or under a different rubric, the designation of a right as fundamental requires that the state offer a compelling justification for limitations of that right. In addition, under the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, state-sanctioned inequalities that bear upon the exercise of a fundamental right will be upheld only if they serve a compelling governmental interest ...


New Judges Get No Rehearsals, Gary Sturgess Sep 1990

New Judges Get No Rehearsals, Gary Sturgess

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


The Pension Game: Age- And Gender-Based Inequities In The Retirement System, Camilla E. Watson Sep 1990

The Pension Game: Age- And Gender-Based Inequities In The Retirement System, Camilla E. Watson

Scholarly Works

This Article begins by stressing the importance of retirement benefits in general and employer-provided benefits in particular. It then addresses specific current issues of age and gender discrimination under both the private retirement and Social Security systems. Gender-based discrimination is emphasized because of the overlap between gender-based discrimination and age discrimination. Finally, this Article suggests specific reforms for a fairer and more adequate systems in the twenty-first century.


Judge's Ruling Is A Victory For Women Who Work, Patricea Mclaughlin Aug 1990

Judge's Ruling Is A Victory For Women Who Work, Patricea Mclaughlin

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Public Remedies For Private Wrongs: Rethinking The Title Vii Back Pay Remedy, Minna J. Kotkin Aug 1990

Public Remedies For Private Wrongs: Rethinking The Title Vii Back Pay Remedy, Minna J. Kotkin

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Why Women Aren't Getting To The Top, Jaclyn Fierman Jul 1990

Why Women Aren't Getting To The Top, Jaclyn Fierman

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Labor Dept. Wants To Take On Job Bias In The Executivesuite, Peters T. Kilborn Jul 1990

Labor Dept. Wants To Take On Job Bias In The Executivesuite, Peters T. Kilborn

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Audit Firm: Victim Or Accomplice, Alison Leigh Cowan Jul 1990

Audit Firm: Victim Or Accomplice, Alison Leigh Cowan

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Good Huntin, Ian Williams Jul 1990

Good Huntin, Ian Williams

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Academic Freedom And The First Amendment In The Supreme Court Of The United States: An Unhurried Historical Review, William W. Van Alstyne Jul 1990

Academic Freedom And The First Amendment In The Supreme Court Of The United States: An Unhurried Historical Review, William W. Van Alstyne

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Foreward: Freedom And Tenure In The Academy: The Fiftieth Anniversary Of The 1940 Statement Of Principles, William W. Van Alstyne Jul 1990

Foreward: Freedom And Tenure In The Academy: The Fiftieth Anniversary Of The 1940 Statement Of Principles, William W. Van Alstyne

Faculty Publications

This forward comments on the shared anniversary of the Bill of Rights and several declarations of academic freedom. Several of the preceding articles are intended to discuss academic freedom and the need for its protection in the U.S.


Getting Mad, Then Getting Even, Deborah L. Jacobs Jul 1990

Getting Mad, Then Getting Even, Deborah L. Jacobs

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Princess Charming At Price Waterhouse, Daniel Seligman Jun 1990

Princess Charming At Price Waterhouse, Daniel Seligman

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


How About "Mea Culpa?", Sheila Anne Feeney Jun 1990

How About "Mea Culpa?", Sheila Anne Feeney

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Bad Image, Like Shadow, Is Hard To Shake, Genenieve Buck Jun 1990

Bad Image, Like Shadow, Is Hard To Shake, Genenieve Buck

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


She Didn't Get Her Partnership, Pamela Mendels Jun 1990

She Didn't Get Her Partnership, Pamela Mendels

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Ann Hopkins May 1990

Ann Hopkins

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Perseverance Pays Off May 1990

Perseverance Pays Off

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Partner By Order, The National Law Journal May 1990

Partner By Order, The National Law Journal

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Tough 'Broad Sues To Get Her Promotion, Kathleen Parker May 1990

Tough 'Broad Sues To Get Her Promotion, Kathleen Parker

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


The Cost Of Suing A Former Employee, Deborah L. Jacobs May 1990

The Cost Of Suing A Former Employee, Deborah L. Jacobs

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.


Beating Men At Their Own Game, Dorothy Storck May 1990

Beating Men At Their Own Game, Dorothy Storck

Ann B. Hopkins Papers

No abstract provided.