Enforcing equality in housing and employment through state civil rights laws. The Administrative process project of Rutgers Law School, and the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights

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New Jersey Appellate Printing, 1972 - Law - 605 pages
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Contents

Summary of the Project and the Programs
2
The Relation of Legal Education and Administration
11
in the initial development of the project in 196970 The work
15
HOUSING OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMS DEVELOPED
33
1
55
A W Blumrosen
58
Student Participation Student Participation
70
THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS PROJECT
109
Draft Proposed Letter as Basis for Conciliation
241
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMS
261
Proposed EEOC Guidelines on Employment in
288
The Construction IndustryAdjudication
353
The Finding of Probable Cause
368
E Conciliation Efforts
378
G Consent Order and Decree Agreed to by Two Local Unions
414
H Class Action Aspects
428

Decision of New jersey Supreme Court in New Iersey
115
University Avenue Newark New ersey 07102
126
Publicity
127
The Development of the ParsippanyTroy Hills Case
155
Newark New Iersey
162
uly 8 1972
202
Affirmative Marketing Requirements for
205
Urban Security
213
Proposed Method of Implementing the Principles Outlined
235
B Memorandum on Standards to be Applied in Establishing
457
Plant Location
469
Promotion to Supervisor
517
GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS RELATING TO
529
Administrative Use of Injunctive Power of Courts
545
Administrafive Proceedings Against a Class
559
Directions for the Future
589
Challenge
597

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