Sexuality, Gender, and the Law

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Foundation Press, 2004 - Law - 1571 pages
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Eskridge and Hunter's Sexuality, Gender and the Law provides detailed information on the sexuality, gender, and the law. It covers the rapidly developing field of transgender law as well as federal court developments in the areas of same-sex sexual harassment, discrimination against transgendered persons as gender discrimination, and pregnancy discrimination and legally defining gender. Specific court decisions on custody, sexual orientation discrimination in jury selection, and gender identity are included and there is an appendix with an annotated list of the best web sites for research on issues of sexuality and gender law.

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Contents

TABLE OF CASES
xxxiv
PREFACE ON CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
xlix
Privacy and the State
2
Copyright

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William N. Eskridge, Jr., is Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center and the author, most recently, of "The Case for Same-Sex Marriage: From Sexual Liberty to Civilized Commitment".

Nan D. Hunter is Professor of law at Brooklyn Law School.

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