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11/16/2016
By Deborah Johnson
Last week – just hours after the next President of the United States of America was announced – RWU Law students, faculty and staff (joined by undergraduates and University faculty and staff)...

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Employment Discrimination

Course Number: 
LAW.819
Credits: 
3

An analysis of selected problems in the law of employment discrimination.  Topics will be selected that address the historical, economic, and social dimensions and implications of the problem of employment discrimination.  Included will be coverage of federal statutory prohibitions of discrimination in employment, the procedures for enforcement, standards of proof, and remedies for violation of applicable