Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Social Framework Evidence

Miller Continuing the debate on the use of social framework evidence in employment discrimination cases, Colin Miller (left) agrees with Melissa Hart and Paul Secunda: social framework evidence should be admissible.  Check out the essay Article of Interest — A Matter of Context: Social Framework Evidence in Employment Discrimination Class Actions by Professors Hart and Secunda, cross-posted at Feminist Law Professors and at EvidenceProf Blog.  Melissa & Paul's most recent essay on the topic, published by Fordham Law Review, is here.



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