This Article highlights ten key lessons that employment law practitioners can take away from the scholarship collected in this symposium Issue. The legal field of Family Responsibilities Discrimination (FRD) has developed rapidly in the past two decades, with FRD litigation only likely to increase. Social science research on the maternal wall continues to develop, increasing our understanding of what discrimination looks like in the workplace today. The FRD case law and social science research highlighted in this Issue provide essential information that employment law attorneys can put into practice when faced with addressing FRD in the workplace.
Catherine Albiston, Kathryn Burkett Dickson, Charlotte Fishman, and Leslie F. Levy,
Ten Lessons for Practitioners About Family Responsibilities Discrimination and Stereotyping Evidence,
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