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Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal

Authors

Ann Hopkins

Abstract

Former Supreme Court plaintiff Ann Hopkins ruminates on the circumstances that led to the Supreme Court's landmark decision in Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins. She writes about why the case succeeded, what happened after she returned to Price Waterhouse, and what changed for her after the litigation. A fascinating account, she ends her piece by offering advice to those who seek to combat workplace discrimination.

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