3900 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
University of Pittsburgh - School of Law
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gender and the law, sex discrimination, language and law, legal profession, empirical research, courts, subtle sexism
rule of law, rule of man, rule of the people, skepticism, Chinese law, enforcement, Western law, culture.
civil rights, racial harassment, race discrimination, empirical research, employment practice, courts, judges
employment discrimination law, racial discrimination, employment law, racial harassment, jurisprudence, intimidation, humiliation, exclusion, racism, subtle bias, remedies, judicial decision-making, language and law
civil rights, race discrimination, decision-making, empirical research, employment practice, courts, judges, workplace racial harassment, racial diversity, judiciary, race dynamics, implicit racial bias
dispute resolution, cultural context, culture in conflict, American legal traditions
judges' gender, employment discrimination, judicial decisionmaking, judicial decision making, civil litigation
ADR, alternative dispute resolution, arbitration, arbitral proceedings, judicial proceedings, Section 118 of the 1991 Civil Rights Act, Gilmer v. Interstate/Johnson Lane Corp., employment discrimination, civil rights disputes, empirical research, benefits, fairness, outcomes, disadvantages
civil rights, Employment practice, employment discrimination, racial discrimination, racial harassment, sexual harassment, jurisprudence, empirical research, courts, civil procedure
International arbitration, Foreign investment in China, Chinese arbitration, Empirical study, Chinese justice, CIETAC, Rule of law, Dispute resolution, Contracts, Legal reform, Decision-making, China trade, Foreign trade
civil rights, Employment Practice, employment discrimination, sexual harassment, racial harassment, race discrimination, jurisprudence, women, empirical research
minority judges, federal judiciary, judicial diversity, Asian-American judges, Asian-American litigants, racial discrimination, workplace racial harassment, underrepresentation, Civil Rights Act, Title VII, civil litigation, stereotypes, judicial decisionmaking, empirical research
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