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74 Tex. L. Rev. [xvii] (1995-1996)
Table of Contents: Issue 7

handle is hein.journals/tlr74 and id is 17 raw text is: Texas Law Review
Volume 74, Number 7, June 1996
Introduction to the Symposium
Samuel Issacharoff                                      1485
The Q-Word as Red Herring: Why Disparate Impact Liability
Does Not Induce Hiring Quotas
Ian Ayres & Peter Siegelman                             1487
Labor Law Outside the Employment Relation
Craig Becker                                            1527
Reflections on Group Action and the Law of the Workplace
James J. Brudney                                        1563
The Employee Welfare State in Transition
David Charny                                            1601
Employment Security: A Comparative Institutional Debate
Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt                                  1645
Wrongful Discharge Protections in an At-Will World
Cynthia L. Estlund                                      1655
A Grudging Defense of the Role of the Collateral Torts in
Wrongful Termination Litigation
Mark P. Gergen                                          1693
A Theory of Minimum Contract Terms, with Implications for
Labor Law
Keith N. Hylton                                         1741
Contracting for Employment: The Limited Return of the
Common Law
Samuel Issacharoff                                      1783
Hands-Tying and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act
Christine Jolls                                         1813

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