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An honest and informative text on sex discrimination and the law, THE LAW OF SEX DISCRIMINATION approaches the idea of using law to analyze sex discrimination from a variety of contexts: as an occasion for ideological disputes, as a reflection of contemporary policy debates over the future direction of society, and as part of the historical development of--and response to--feminism. Fully updated for 21st century, this flexibly organized text examines topics that range from reproductive rights to global trends in gender law, and includes appendices that deal with the court system, a brief discussion of how to outline cases, and a glossary of legal and technical terms.
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Beth Anne Wolfson is a labor and employment arbitrator, mediator, neutral fact-finder and an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Law, Taxation and Financial Planning Department of Bentley University, where she teaches courses in "Gender and the Law," "Current Issues in Labor and Employment Law," and "The Legal Environment of Business." She is also an Adjunct Professor at New England School of Law/Boston, where she teaches "Labor Law." Wolfson is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association's Committee on Professional Ethics, a past Chairman of the its Labor and Employment Section Council and ADR Committee, and a member of a number of public and private arbitration, mediation and fact-finding panels. She has lectured on issues in arbitration including "Ethical Boundaries Between Arbitrators & Advocates," "Current Trends in Grievance Arbitration & Diverse Issues Faced by Labor Advocates," "Grievance Arbitration: Pet Peeves & Predictions for the Future," "Grievance Arbitration Training," and "Substantive Law Update: Title VII, ADEA, ADA, and Others," been a contributing author to "NLRA Law and Practice," and has published articles in "The Arbitration Journal" and "The Standard." Wolfson received her J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law and her B.A. from Brandeis University.Review:
"It is more geared to the undergraduate audience...(and) also takes into account both statutory and constitutional issues." -Rorie Solberg, Oregon State University
"Broad coverage of areas of law pertinent to gender discrimination [and] good choices of leading cases and debates, and of commentary."-Patricia A. Boling, Purdue University
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Book Description Wadsworth, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110495793221
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