Law 635:

Employment Discrimination Law (2.0-4.0 units)

Examines the regulation of employment discrimination under federal law. Pays primary attention to issues of race, sex, age and disability discrimination.
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03278R9414.0Lecture4:00-5:50pmMon, Wed22 of 25Stephen RichLAW114session dates
04112R9684.0Lecture4:00-5:50pmMon, Wed0 of 2Stephen RichLAW114session dates
04212D1224.0Lecture4:00-5:50pmMon, Wed0 of 1Stephen RichLAW114session dates
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