This exceptionally cohesive casebook earned its best-selling status by introducing and adhering to a rigorous conceptual structure for the study of all aspects of employment discrimination. Its hallmark is its integration of the statutes and developing precedents with a wide array of theoretical perspectives.
Drawing on the expertise of its highly regarded authors, Cases and Materials on Employment Discrimination, Seventh Edition, offers:
• an effective combination of cases, notes, and problems
• a balance of lower and Supreme Court cases, as well as statutory material
• a conceptual framework that becomes a tool for understanding how discrimination is defined and how it is proven in the course of litigation
• broad coverage that includes race, sex, age, gender, religion, and disability
• an annual statutory supplement by the authors—a useful reference source, available for purchase
• a regularly updated website featuring new materials as they emerge
• expanded and revised Teacher’s Manual
The Seventh Edition offers:
• new structure for proving individual disparate treatment cases in the wake of Desert Palace
• an integrated treatment of the emergingcognitive bias literature and its impact on the la
• analysis of Ledbetter’s impact on time limitations
• recognition of revived interest in class actions as a result of Dukes v. Wal-Mart
• notes edited for greater student accessibility and emphasizing cutting edge issues
Now updated and revised to be shorter, streamlined, and more student-friendly, the Seventh Edition continues to be the best choice for teaching Employment Discrimination Law.