Friday, November 9, 2012
I am happy to report that today saw the publication by the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society (WJLGS) four papers from the October 2011 Symposium on The Constitutionalization of Labor and Employment Law, which was held at the University of Wisconsin Law School.
Here are the contents of the WJLGS Summer 2012 Symposium Issue (Vol. 27, No. 2):
Introduction: Symposium on The Constitutionalization of Labor and Employment Law - Carin A. Clauss & Paul M. Secunda
Disparate Impact and Equal Protection After Ricci v. DeStefano - Marcia L. McCormick
A Strategic Plan for Using the Thirteenth Amendment to Protect Immigrant Workers - Maria L. Ontiveros
Constitutionalizing Employees' Rights: Lessons from the History of the Thirteenth Amendment - George Rutherglen
First Amendment Protection for Union Appeals to Consumers - Michal C. Harper
Check out the articles in this fine volume when you get a chance!