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'In Hindsight Everything Is Foreseeable': Ecological Harms And The Public/Private Divide, Howard Schweber Apr 2008

'In Hindsight Everything Is Foreseeable': Ecological Harms And The Public/Private Divide, Howard Schweber

Howard Schweber

In the classic liberal language of privacy rights, individuals’ freedom should extend as far as possible consistent with the limits of the harm principle. In Part I, this article uses an examination of cases involving states’ attempts to regulate the conduct of pregnant women to argue that the application of ecological models of causation and harm expand the harm principle to the point where it destabilizes the idea of privacy rights. In Parts II and III the article presents a brief discussion of the development of ecological models of harm in American law and the replacement of a public-private divide ...


Pink-Shirting: Should The Ncaa Consider A Maternity And Paterinity Waiver?, Spencer H. Larche Jan 2008

Pink-Shirting: Should The Ncaa Consider A Maternity And Paterinity Waiver?, Spencer H. Larche

Marquette Sports Law Review

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The Heart Of The Game: Putting Race And Educational Equity At The Center Of Title Ix, Verna L. Williams Jan 2008

The Heart Of The Game: Putting Race And Educational Equity At The Center Of Title Ix, Verna L. Williams

Faculty Articles and Other Publications

This article examines how race and educational equity issues shape women's sports experiences.


The Invisible Pregnant Athlete And The Promise Of Title Ix, Deborah Brake Jan 2008

The Invisible Pregnant Athlete And The Promise Of Title Ix, Deborah Brake

Articles

The question of how law should respond to women who become pregnant, and whether to specially accommodate pregnancy or analogize it to other conditions, features prominently in virtually every area of sex equality law. In debates over women's equality in the workplace, for example, it has been the defining issue for the development of and debate over various models of equality in feminist legal theory. Until recently, however, the issue has been all but absent in debates and discussion about Title IX and its promise of sex equality in sports. This changed suddenly in 2007, when ESPN televised a ...


Normkonflikter I Regleringen Om Arbetstagares Föräldraskap, Jenny Julén Votinius Dec 2007

Normkonflikter I Regleringen Om Arbetstagares Föräldraskap, Jenny Julén Votinius

Jenny Julén Votinius

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