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Kramer presents sex-discrimination paper at UCLA

November 05, 2012

Professor Zachary Kramer, associate dean for Intellectual Life, will present a paper at the Williams Institute at UCLA on Tuesday, Nov. 6, as part of its Works-In-Progress lecture series.

The paper, titled “The New Sex Discrimination,” observes that the toughest obstacle facing victims of modern sex discrimination is the need to relate their discrimination claims to a narrative of group subordination. In Kramer’s views, dealing with new discrimination demands a vision of equality that understands that no two women and no two men are the same.

For more information about the lecture, click here.

Kramer teaches employment law and special topics in employment discrimination law and property. His research focuses on antidiscrimination law, law and sexuality and work/family issues.