#MeToo Paper Spotlight (Part I)
This post, which highlights an academic paper related to #MeToo, is part of a series on #MeToo, sex discrimination, and possible solutions that amount to more than quick fixes.
Remedial Convergence and Collapse
The Supreme Court's recent summary reversal in Kisela v. Hughes demonstrates some serious issues with the Court's approach to remedies in cases of executive violations of constitutional rights.
#MeToo Series: When Will #MeToo Become #WeToo?
This post, which addresses collective responsibility for #MeToo, is part of a series on #MeToo, sex discrimination, and possible solutions that amount to more than quick fixes.
#MeToo And The Supreme Court
This post, which considers the current Supreme Court term through the lens of #MeToo, is part of a series on #MeToo, sex discrimination, and possible solutions that are more than quick fixes.
Munger Tolles Proves Why We Still Need #MeToo
The news that a major law firm is requiring its summer associates to sign agreements to confidentially arbitrate sexual harassment claims underscores why we still need #MeToo.
The Mandatory Guidelines Predicament
Prisoners sentenced under the mandatory Sentencing Guidelines are not faring well in the courts of appeals, and the Supreme Court won't have a ton of opportunities to correct those decisions, if it thinks they are wrong.