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Kramer's paper featured in 'Psychology Today'


March 25, 2011

Associate Professor of Law Zachary Kramer ’s new paper, “Of Meat and Manhood,” was featured in a Psychology Today blog post entitled, “Can a Vegetarian Sue for Employment Discrimination?”

Kramer’s paper highlights Ryan Pacifico, a former currency trader who contends that he was fired from his job for being a vegetarian. Pacifico claims that his former employer harassed him for being a vegetarian, consistently mocking him because he was not what a “real man” ought to be. In his paper, Kramer argues that Pacifico should be able to sue his former employer for gender-stereotyping. The ability to sue an employer under the sex discrimination law established in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

To read the entire article, click here.

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

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