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'It's Not You, It's Me': Assessing an Emerging Relationship between Law and Social Science


Tristin Green


University of San Francisco - School of Law

April 15, 2013

46 Conn. L. Rev. 287 (2013)
Univ. of San Francisco Law Research Paper No. 2013-17

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This essay isolates and assesses an overlooked consideration on an emerging and significant issue in employment discrimination law. The emerging issue: When should employers be held liable for established widespread differential treatment within their organizations? The overlooked consideration: the relationship between law and social science. Although the essay focuses closely on a specific doctrinal issue in employment discrimination law, it also sets broad theoretical groundwork for thinking about the implications of the various relationships that might emerge between law and social science in a variety of legal realms.

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Keywords: employment, discrimination, employer, liability, differential treatment, social science, relationship

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Date posted: April 17, 2013 ; Last revised: January 16, 2014

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Green, Tristin, 'It's Not You, It's Me': Assessing an Emerging Relationship between Law and Social Science (April 15, 2013). 46 Conn. L. Rev. 287 (2013) ; Univ. of San Francisco Law Research Paper No. 2013-17. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2251515

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Tristin Green (Contact Author)
University of San Francisco - School of Law ( email )
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
United States
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