Volume X (2014), Issue 2 - Symposium Issue

Articles

Civil Rights Lemonade: Title VII, Gender and Working Options for Working Families

Tristin K. Green

A prominent, if not the preeminent, Title VII story of the past decade has been one of procedural setbacks. Heightened pleading standards, “cramped” interpretations of Title VII's administrative filing requirements, and newly erected barriers to plaintiff class actions are understood to make enforcement of employers' nondiscrimination obligations more difficult. Read more about Civil Rights Lemonade: Title VII, Gender and Working Options for Working Families

  • June 2014
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Fakers and Floodgates

Sandra F. Sperino & Suja A. Thomas

This symposium addresses barriers to Title VII claims. Until recently, scholars and litigants could only wonder whether Supreme Court decisions limiting discrimination law were driven by inherent judicial skepticism about the plaintiff's claims. Read more about Fakers and Floodgates

  • June 2014
  • 10 Stan.J.C.R.& C.L. 223
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The Constitutional Limits of Supply and Demand - Why a Successful Guest Worker Program Must Include a Path to Citizenship

Laura A. Hernandez

The United States is a proud nation of immigrants, with a short memory. As the country's need for immigrant labor continues unabated, legislative reaction to these labor demands is myopic. Read more about The Constitutional Limits of Supply and Demand - Why a Successful Guest Worker Program Must Include a Path to Citizenship

  • June 2014
  • 10 Stan.J.C.R.& C.L. 251
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Notes

Against Doctrinal Convergence in Constitutional Remedies

Thomas K.S. Fu

The Supreme Court has increasingly moved towards a single, uniform legal standard in the area of constitutional remedies. The boundaries between the legal tests used to determine the availability of relief in the post-conviction habeas, constitutional tort, and exclusionary rule contexts have steadily been eroding. Read more about Against Doctrinal Convergence in Constitutional Remedies

  • June 2014
  • 10 Stan.J.C.R.& C.L. 293
  • Note