Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal


Ronald Turner


Professor Turner's article focuses on judicial lawmaking and policy-making in an important area of antidiscrimination law - the statutory prohibition of workplace sexual harassment found in Title VII. The article highlights the ways in which the Supreme Court's interpretation and application of Title VII's ban on sex discrimination are contrary to, and fly in the face of the judges-should-make-no-law axiom.



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