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7 Dec 2011, 3:46 am by Ezra Rosser
New Article: Helen Norton, Excluding Unemployed Workers from Job Opportunities: Why Disparate Impact Protections Still Matter, 2011 HASTINGS L.J. [read post]
6 Dec 2011, 1:20 am by Hastings Law Journal
Recent Essays: Excluding Unemployed Workers from Job Opportunities: Why Disparate Impact Protections Still Matter Helen Norton The Supreme Court’s Open-Ended Protection Against Third-Party Retaliation Jessica Fink [read post]
30 Sep 2011, 4:03 am by Gabrielle Erway
” Associate Professor at University of Colorado Law School, Helen L. [read post]
25 Jul 2011, 7:29 am by Orin Kerr
Implications for the legitimacy of the judiciary are discussed.Thanks to Helen Norton for the link. [read post]
6 Jul 2011, 8:14 am by Conor McEvily
At Concurring Opinions, Helen Norton analyzes the Court’s decision in Borough of Duryea v. [read post]
1 Jul 2011, 8:00 am by Danielle Citron
  They’ve been fantastic guests and we’re so happy they will be joining Dave Fagundes and Helen Norton for the month. [read post]
30 Jun 2011, 5:05 pm by Danielle Citron
We’re excited to welcome back Professor Helen Norton as a guest blogger. [read post]
4 Jun 2011, 8:19 am by Danielle Citron
  FB and other outlets host civic engagement as Helen Norton and I have emphasized. [read post]
26 May 2011, 7:00 am
Helen Norton, Associate Professor at the University of Colorado School of Law, has found that employers as well as staffing agencies have advertised jobs ranging from electric engineers to restaurant and grocery managers to mortgage underwriters, all seeking only currently employed individuals. [read post]
26 Apr 2011, 8:00 am by George Lenard
  According to Helen Norton, Associate Professor at the University of Colorado School of Law, employers and staffing agencies have publicly advertised jobs in fields ranging from electronic engineers to restaurant and grocery managers to mortgage underwriters with the explicit restriction that only currently employed candidates will be considered. [read post]
25 Apr 2011, 9:47 am by Lawrence B. Ebert
Testimony at the forum by Helen Norton, associate professor at the University of Colorado Law School, rebutted those and other possible justifications. [read post]
2 Mar 2011, 7:25 am by Media Law Prof
Danielle Keats Citron, Univesrsity of Maryland School of Law, and Helen L. [read post]
28 Feb 2011, 4:00 am by Howard Friedman
Martinez, (Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, Vol. 38, p. 631, 2011).Danielle Keats Citron and Helen L. [read post]
21 Feb 2011, 12:10 pm by Danielle Citron
  At recent E.E.O.C. hearings on the subject, guest blogger (and deputy chief of Justice’s Civil Rights Division under President Clinton) Professor Helen Norton explained: this is not an isolated practice, as a sampling of recent job announcements reveals that employers have required applicants for a wide range of jobs to be currently employed as a condition of further consideration. [read post]
17 Feb 2011, 6:13 am by Jon Hyman
" The Commission also heard testimony from Colorado School of Law Profession Helen Norton, who considered various defenses employers could raise under the anti-discrimination laws to a claim of disparate impact. [read post]
15 Feb 2011, 3:18 pm
Cepero, Vice President for Human Resources, The YMCA of Greater Rochester, representing SHRM•Amy Dias, Partner, Jones Day•Helen Norton, Professor, University of Colorado Law SchoolPanel 3: Impact on Unemployed Persons•Fatima Goss Graves, Vice President for Education and Employment, National Women’s Law Center•Algernon Austin, Director of the Race, Ethnicity, and the Economy Program, Economic Policy Institute•Joyce Bender, CEO, Bender Consulting… [read post]
7 Jan 2011, 8:36 am by Danielle Citron
  In Intermediaries and Hate Speech: Fostering Digital Citizenship for the Information Age (forthcoming BU Law Review 2011), Helen Norton and I don’t pretend that that we can make hard choices easy and recognize that intermediaries’ choices among various options may turn on a variety of issues: their assessment of the relative costs of hate speech and its constraint; empirical predictions about what sort of speech is indeed likely to lead to what sorts of harms;… [read post]
31 Dec 2010, 1:12 pm by Danielle Citron
Peñalver), Deborah Hellman’s Money Talks But It Isn’t Speech, Orly Lobel’s The Incentives Matrix: The Comparative Effectiveness of Rewards, Liabilities, Duties and Protections for Reporting Illegality, Michael Madison, Brett Frischmann and Katharine Strandburg’s Constructing Commons in the Cultural Environment, Jon Michaels’s Privatization’s Pretensions, Helen Norton’s The Supreme Court’s Post-Racial Turn Towards a Zero-Sum… [read post]