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What's Sex Got to Do With It: Diversity in the Legal Profession (Law Stories)

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Edition: 1st ed., 2006
Author(s): Rhode


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This ethics essay is the only published case history of a discrimination suit against a law firm. Ezold v. Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen, was the first sex discrimination case to go to trial against any professional partnership. The article provides a rich study of the case behind the case. Drawing from litigation filings, contemporary news accounts, and interviews with all the major participants and their lawyers, the account offers a rare portrait of the complex procedural, substantive, and personal considerations that shape legal actions. Because the case so clearly illustrates that there were no clear villains or victims - the plaintiff won in the trial court, and lost in the court of appeals, it is an ideal supplement to a class on trial advocacy, civil procedure, employment discrimination, labor law or women and the law.


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Format Paperback
Author Rhode
ISBN 9781587789397
Edition 1st ed., 2006
Publisher Foundation Press