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Victimized Twice - The Intersection of Domestic Violence and the Workplace: Legal Reform Through Curriculum Development


Lea B. Vaughn


Univ. of Washington School of Law

September 1, 2001

Loyola Law Review, Vol. 47, p. 231, 2001

Abstract:     
Domestic violence is at least a two-fold problem for American society. On the one hand, it is one of the leading causes of violence at the workplace against women. On the other, it prevents many women from attaining the economic security that would enable them to escape violence. After describing the realities of this problem, this paper will canvass current legal remedies that are available to help battered women achieve economic security. This survey leads to the conclusion that the current pastiche of legal remedies is often ineffective because of their piecemeal approach to the problem, or because current doctrine does not establish a connection between the workplace and domestic violence. Using the design of a unit in an employment law course as the vehicle, the paper will conclude by addressing possible legal solutions including a comprehensive statute that would prohibit discrimination on the basis of abused status and provide for legal protections and enhancements towards a goal of economic independence and security for victims of domestic violence.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 24

Keywords: Domestic Violence, Workplace Violence, Employment Law, Legislation, Women & Law, Curriculum Design

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Vaughn, Lea B., Victimized Twice - The Intersection of Domestic Violence and the Workplace: Legal Reform Through Curriculum Development (September 1, 2001). Loyola Law Review, Vol. 47, p. 231, 2001. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1470253

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Lea B. Vaughn (Contact Author)
Univ. of Washington School of Law ( email )
William H. Gates Hall
Box 353020
Seattle, WA 98105-3020
United States
(206) 543-4927 (Phone)

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