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Julia Lamber
Professor Emerita of Law
  1. Employment Discrimination and Family and Medical Leave Act in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SEX AND GENDER (Fedwa Malti-Douglas, Ed.). Detroit: Macmillan Reference, 2007.

  2. Age Discrimination in Employment Act, in MAJOR ACTS OF CONGRESS (Brian K. Landsberg, Ed.). New York: Macmillan Reference, 2004.

  3. Intercollegiate Athletics: The Program Expansion Standard Under Title IX’s Policy Interpretation, 12 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REVIEW OF LAW AND WOMEN’S STUDIES 31 (2002).

  4. Gender and Intercollegiate Athletics: Data and Myths, 34 UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN JOURNAL OF LAW REFORM 151 (2001).

  5. Book Reviews. Blank, Fetal Protection in the Workplace: Women’s Rights, Business Interests, and the Unborn and Daniels, C., At Women’s Expense: State Power and the Politics of Fetal Rights, 46 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 294 (1996).

  6. And Promises to Keep: The Future in Employment Discrimination, 68 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 857 (1993).

  7. Overqualified, Unqualified, or Just Right: Thinking About Age Discrimination and Taggart v. Time, 58 BROOKLYN LAW REVIEW 347 (1993).

  8. "A Community of Scholars?": Conversations Among Mid-career Faculty at a Public Research University (with Ardizonne, et al.), 12 TO IMPROVE THE ACADEMY 13 (1993).

  9. Court Reform: A View from the Bottom (with Mary Lee Luskin), 75 JUDICATURE 295 (1992).

  10. City and Town Courts: Mapping Their Dimensions (with Mary Lee Luskin), 67 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 59 (1991).

  11. Labor and Employment Discrimination Cases in the Supreme Court 1989 Term (with Terry Bethel), 25 UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO LAW REVIEW 325 (1991).

  12. Mothers and Work: Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace, in CROSS-CURRENTS: EAST-WEST DIALOGUES ON WOMEN AND WORK (Mary Ellen Brown and Michal Rozbicki, Eds.). Bloomington, IN: Women’s Studies Program, Indiana University, 1991.

  13. Feminist Jurisprudence and Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace, WOMEN'S STUDIES IN INDIANA (Sept/Oct 1990).
  14. Observations on the Supreme Court’s Recent Affirmative Action Cases, 62 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 243 (1987).

  15. Alternatives to Challenged Employee Selection Criteria: The Significance of Nonstatistical Evidence in Disparate Impact Cases Under Title VII, 1985 WISCONSIN LAW REVIEW 1 (1985).

  16. Discretionary Decisionmaking: The Application of Title VII’s Disparate Impact Theory, 1985 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW 869 (1985).

  17. The Relevance of Statistics to Prove Discrimination: A Typology (with Barbara Reskin and Terry Dworkin), 34 HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL 553 (1983).

  18. Book Review. Ratner, Equal Employment Policy for Women, 23 BUSINESS HORIZONS 89 (1980).

  19. Legal Ramifications and Concepts of Title IX: An Update (with R. Bunnell), in CHANGING TIMES: SEX DESEGREGATION AND AMERICAN EDUCATION (Frank D. Aquila and Rochell F. Cohen, Eds.). Bloomington, IN: Center for Urban and Multicultural Education, 1980.

  20. Civil Liberties: Desegregation, Prisoners’ Rights and Employment Discrimination in the Seventh Circuit (with Patrick Baude), 55 CHICAGO-KENT LAW REVIEW 31 (1979).

  21. MODERN BUSINESS LAW (with Thomas W. Dunfee, et al.). Columbus, OH: Grid, 1979.

  22. MODERN BUSINESS LAW: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS (with Thomas W. Dunfee, et al.). Columbus, OH: Grid, 1978.

  23. Private Causes of Action Under Federal Agency Nondiscrimination Statutes, 10 CONNECTICUT LAW REVIEW 859 (1978).

  24. Employment Problems and the Law: A Concrete Proposal for Change, 12 AMERICAN BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL 65 (1974).

  25. Women Executives, Managers, and Professionals in the Indiana Criminal Justice System (with V. Streib), 8 INDIANA LAW REVIEW 297 (1974).

  26. Married Women’s Surnames: Is Custom Law?, 1973 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW QUARTERLY 779 (1973).

  27. Note. Equal Rights for Women: The Need for a National Policy, 46 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 373 (1971).