Categories: Labor and Employment Law

Instructor(s)

Bensky, Anne

Course Data

Room 5223
MW 5:00pm-6:20pm

Pass/Fail: Yes

Course Description

Equal Employment Law examines the legal principles prohibiting discrimination in the workplace and the basic litigation strategies in employment discrimination cases. The course will focus primarily on Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (and its subsequent amendments), the basic federal statute governing employment discrimination, and the case law interpreting and applying it, with some additional attention to other federal anti-discrimination laws. While it is not feasible to give thorough coverage to all the federal statutes regulating employment discrimination, the course gives students a solid grounding in the fundamental principles of employment discrimination law and litigation.

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