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PPOL 180C
Gender, Sexuality, and the Law
Spring

This course explores the ways in which the law constructs and regulates sexuality and gender. Topics covered include: criminal and civil prohibitions on sex; constitutional equality and liberty based on sex and sexual orientation; employment discrimination based on sex (including sexual harassment), gender identity, and sexual orientation; and family law, including marital and non-marital relationships and parent-child relationships. Class materials include case law, case documents, legal and social science scholarship, legislative and regulatory materials, and press accounts.
2017-18 One time only.

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3-3

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Staff

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Last Updated: 6/23/17