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This blog is inspired by years of conversations with practicing lawyers, judges, and legal academics.  One emerging theme from these conversations is that employment discrimination law in the United States is fractured and difficult to navigate.  This blog will explore cutting edge and emerging issues in employment discrimination law.  It will provide in-depth, substantive commentary on each topic and discuss history, theory, doctrine and policy implications.  The goal of the blog is to assist courts, lawyers, and policymakers as they navigate complex discrimination issues.

This blog is created by Sandra Sperino, Professor of Law at the University of Cincinnati College of Law.  Professor Sperino teaches in the areas of civil procedure, torts, and employment law.

Professor Sperino’s scholarship focuses on employment discrimination, and her recent work focuses on the intersection of tort and discrimination law. She is a co-author (with Grover and Gonzalez) of Employment Discrimination: Cases and Materials, an employment discrimination casebook.  Her article, The Tort Label, was selected for the Harvard/Stanford/Yale Faculty Forum.  Her recent articles are published in the Michigan Law Review, the University of Illinois Law Review, the George Mason Law Review, and the Notre Dame Law Review. She served as Chair for the AALS Section on Employment Discrimination Law and is a contributing editor to several employment law books published by the American Bar Association.

Professor Sperino received her J.D. from the University of Illinois College of Law, where she was editor-in-chief of the University of Illinois Law Review.  After law school, she clerked for the Hon. Donald J. Stohr of the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri.

 

 

 

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