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Fictionalizing Harassment—Disclosing The Truth, Maria L. Ontiveros May 1995

Fictionalizing Harassment—Disclosing The Truth, Maria L. Ontiveros

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Disclosure by Michael Crichton, and Bearing Witness: Sexual Harassment and Beyond—Everywoman's Story by Celia Morris


Title Ix: What Is Gender Equity, George A. Davidson Jan 1995

Title Ix: What Is Gender Equity, George A. Davidson

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Progress In Gender Equity: An Overview Of The History And Future Of Title Ix Of The Education Amendments Act Of 1972, Renee Forseth Jan 1995

Progress In Gender Equity: An Overview Of The History And Future Of Title Ix Of The Education Amendments Act Of 1972, Renee Forseth

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Unequal Playing Field - Exclusion Of Male Athletes From Single-Sex Teams: Williams V. School District Of Bethlehem, Pa, Renee Forseth Jan 1995

The Unequal Playing Field - Exclusion Of Male Athletes From Single-Sex Teams: Williams V. School District Of Bethlehem, Pa, Renee Forseth

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Introduction: Gender Equity In Sports, Richard E. Lapchick Jan 1995

Introduction: Gender Equity In Sports, Richard E. Lapchick

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Financial Disparity As Evidence Of Discrimination Under Title Ix, Anne Bloom Jan 1995

Financial Disparity As Evidence Of Discrimination Under Title Ix, Anne Bloom

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Rededication Panel Discussion On Gender Equality And Intercollegiate Athletics, Stephen F. Ross, Karol Kahrs, Fred Heinrich Jan 1995

Rededication Panel Discussion On Gender Equality And Intercollegiate Athletics, Stephen F. Ross, Karol Kahrs, Fred Heinrich

Journal Articles

This article is a transcript of a panel discussion in which Professor Stephen F. Ross, Associate Athletic Director Karol Kahrs, and Fred Heinrich participated entitled "Sports and the Law," at the Rededication of the University of Illinois College of Law. The panel discussion centered on the issue of gender equity in intercollegiate athletics. Title IX of the Education Amendments Act requires institutions receiving federal funding to provide equal educational opportunity for students regardless of gender. The panel discussion focused on the impact of Title IX and the University of Illinois's efforts to comply with the requirements.


Groveling At The Feet Of Football's Greedy Lords, Kenneth Lasson Jul 1993

Groveling At The Feet Of Football's Greedy Lords, Kenneth Lasson

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


National Collegiate Athletic Ass'n V. Tarkanian: Viewing State Action Through The Analytical Looking Glass, Stephen R. Vancamp Apr 1990

National Collegiate Athletic Ass'n V. Tarkanian: Viewing State Action Through The Analytical Looking Glass, Stephen R. Vancamp

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Vanessa Redgrave V. Boston Symphony Orchestra: Federalism, Forced Speech, And The Emergence Of The Redgrave Defense, Marjorie Heins Sep 1989

Vanessa Redgrave V. Boston Symphony Orchestra: Federalism, Forced Speech, And The Emergence Of The Redgrave Defense, Marjorie Heins

Boston College Law Review

No abstract provided.


Pornography Is A Civil Rights Issue For Women, Andrea Dworkin Jan 1988

Pornography Is A Civil Rights Issue For Women, Andrea Dworkin

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

My name is Andrea Dworkin. I am a citizen of the United States, and in this country where I live, every year millions and millions of pictures are being made of women with our legs spread. We are called beaver, we are called pussy, our genitals are tied up, they are pasted, makeup is put on them to make them pop out of a page at a male viewer. Millions and millions of pictures are made of us in postures of submission and sexual access so that our vaginas are exposed for penetration, our anuses are exposed for penetration, our ...


Communities, Texts, And Law: Reflections On The Law And Literature Movement, Robin West Jan 1988

Communities, Texts, And Law: Reflections On The Law And Literature Movement, Robin West

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

How do we form communities? How might we form better ones? What is the role of law in that process? In a recent series of books and articles, James Boyd White, arguably the modern law and literature movement's founder, has put forward distinctively literary answers to these questions. Perhaps because of the fluidity of the humanities, White's account of the nature of community is not nearly as axiomatic to the law and literature movement as is Posner's depiction of the "individual" to legal economists. Nevertheless, White's conception is increasingly representative of the literary-legalist's world view ...


Nociones Generales De Derecho Procesal Civil, Edward Ivan Cueva Jan 1966

Nociones Generales De Derecho Procesal Civil, Edward Ivan Cueva

Edward Ivan Cueva

No abstract provided.


Fundamentos Del Derecho Procesal Civil, Edward Ivan Cueva Dec 1957

Fundamentos Del Derecho Procesal Civil, Edward Ivan Cueva

Edward Ivan Cueva

No abstract provided.