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Title Ix Litigation In The 1990'S: The Courts Need A Game Plan, Christopher Raymond Jan 1995

Title Ix Litigation In The 1990'S: The Courts Need A Game Plan, Christopher Raymond

Seattle University Law Review

Part II of this Comment is a brief history of Title IX, from the enacting legislation through the 1980's. Part III summarizes recent decisions, identifying the issues courts are grappling with and what lines, if any, are being drawn. In Part IV, analyzes three issues which are repeatedly presented in recent cases. These issues are those upon which the courts have disagreed, or which pose potential problems in future litigation: 1) how should courts treat the tensions between the individual plaintiffs and the class-oriented goals of Title IX; 2) how much deference should school administrators be given when making budget …


Affirmative Action As A Women's Issue, Helen Norton Jan 1995

Affirmative Action As A Women's Issue, Helen Norton

Publications

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Civil Rights: Title Ix And College Athletics: Is There A Viable Compromise?, Andrew A. Ingrum Jan 1995

Civil Rights: Title Ix And College Athletics: Is There A Viable Compromise?, Andrew A. Ingrum

Oklahoma Law Review

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