U.S. Department of Education Sends Mixed Messages on Bostock’s Application to Transgender Students Under Title IX

U.S. Department of Education Sends Mixed Messages on Bostock’s Application to Transgender Students Under Title IX

In June of this year in its Bostock v. Clayton County decision, the Supreme Court held for the first time that Title VII’s prohibition on sex discrimination in employment also prohibits discrimination against an individual based on their sexual orientation or...
America’s War on Black Trans Women

America’s War on Black Trans Women

Photo by noah eleazar on Unsplash The Problem: America’s Treatment of Black Trans Women Violence against Black trans women has been accurately described as “a pandemic within a pandemic.” This summer, six Black trans women, all under the age of 32, were murdered in...
Sunshine Is Not Enough:  State Responses to the Enforcement Crisis Caused by Forced Arbitration

Sunshine Is Not Enough: State Responses to the Enforcement Crisis Caused by Forced Arbitration

This is a guest post authored by Jennifer Bennett, a Staff Attorney at Public Justice, and David Seligman, Director of Towards Justice, a non-profit workers’ rights law firm based in Denver, Colorado. Lots of attention these days is rightfully being paid to...