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employment discrimination, Title VII, sex discrimination
employment discrimination, sex discrimination, gender bias, Title VII, feminist theory, feminist legal theory, work/family conflict, structural discrimination, unconscious discrimination, discrimination, new institutionalism, cognitive bias, family leave, human capital theory
FMLA, Family and Medical Leave Act, employment discrimination, legal education, family leave, pregnancy leave, pregnancy discrimination, PDA, Pregnancy Discrimination Act, Title VII, parental leave, law schools, women, work, benefits, law and society, new institutionalism, neoinstitutionalism
Family law, discrimination law, feminist legal theory, queer theory, critical race theory, same-sex marriage, welfare, child custody, adoption, intimacy, sexuality, critical legal studies, civil rights, domestic relations, same sex marriage, welfare, sex discrimination, women's rights,
economics, inequality, class, gender, race, queer theory, structuralism, discrimination, sexual harassment, family law, equality
Gender, Economic Inequality, Discrimination, Family, Employment, Class, Work-Family Conflict
reproductive rights, civil rights, constitutional law, feminist jurisprudence, legal feminism, legal history, health law, remedies, legal ethics, sterilization, judicial immunity, judges, federal courts, gender, race, discrimination, sex, family law, economic inequality, socioeconomic inequality
employment discrimination, feminist legal theory, law and economics, rational choice theory, sex discrimination, Title VII, Pregnancy Discrimination Act, Family and Medical Leave Act
family, custody, feminism, feminist legal theory, de facto parents, race, welfare, queer theory, grandparents, sexuality
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