The Law of Discrimination: Cases and Perspective
This casebook introduces students to discrimination cases and doctrine in the United States. Authors Brooks (U. of San Diego School of Law), Carrasco (Willamette U.), and Selmi (George Washington U. School of Law) have sought to include a diversity of perspectives that underpin or challenge the canon. The material covers discrimination based on race, of course, but also includes coverage of protection for women, language minorities, older workers, and the disabled, as well as consideration of issues connected to affirmative action policies. In addition to the above, chapters also discuss constitutional tort cases and discrimination in education, public accommodations, housing, employment, and the administration of justice.
Digital USD Citation
Brooks, Roy L.; Carrasco, Gilbert Paul; and Selmi, Michael, "The Law of Discrimination: Cases and Perspective" (2011). Law Faculty Books. 16.