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Coitus and Consequences in the Legal System: An Experimental Study
(SMU Law Review, 2015)
Scholars have found that men who physically harm their intimate partners receive less punishment than men who harm strangers. In other words, in the criminal setting, coitus has consequences. In particular, for female ...
Increasing Diversity by a New Master's Degree in Legal Principles
(Journal of Legal Education, 2017)
Students who leave their JD program before graduation leave empty handed, without an additional degree or other credential indicating that their law school studies had any professional, educational, or marketable value. ...
Something to Talk About: Information Exchange Under Employment Law
(University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 2016)
To avoid the appearance of sex discrimination that would violate Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, both Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) guidance and a common misunderstanding of the law have resulted in ...