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Kramer’s paper featured in ‘Psychology Today’
Associate Professor of Law
’s new paper, “Of Meat and Manhood,” was featured in a
blog post entitled, “Can a Vegetarian Sue for Employment Discrimination?”
Kramer’s paper highlights Ryan Pacifico, a former currency trader who contends that he was fired from his job for being a vegetarian. Pacifico claims that his former employer harassed him for being a vegetarian, consistently mocking him because he was not what a “real man” ought to be. In his paper, Kramer argues that Pacifico should be able to sue his former employer for gender-stereotyping. The ability to sue an employer under the sex discrimination law established in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
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Kramer teaches employment law, special topics in employment discrimination law and property. His research focuses on antidiscrimination law, law and sexuality, and work/family issues.