This symposium talk addresses the role of due process and other formal legal concepts relating to procedural justice that have arisen in the national #MeToo conversation. As questions of due process are becoming increasingly detached from their formal legal settings and often applied unreflexively - and to my mind often inappropriately - to non-legal settings, this talk provides lawyers, citizens, and commenters the tools to intervene in the #MeToo conversation and help craft and reinforce more appropriate fairness norms in non-legal settings.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Journal||Richmond Public Interest Law Review|
|State||Published - 2019|
- Sexual harassment
- Due Process
- Title IX
- Title VII