|due April 11|
Answer all the following questions (A, B, and C); when referring to the readings, cite properly, including page numbers and a full citation at the end of the assignment.
Consider the following three situations (used in sexual harassment training workshops):
A. Which of these situations do you think would constitute sexual harassment? For each, explain why it would or would not be considered sexual harassment.
B. Would you advise any of these women to take her case to court? Why or why not? If you did advise court action, which of the two types of sexual harassment charges would apply? Explain why. Explain whether or not you think any of the women could win a court case? Why or why not? NB: for the questions in this section, draw on the Estrich and Chamallas articles to back up your points.
C. Would Toobin interpret any of the above situations as sexual harassment? Why or why not? Why does he oppose existing sexual harassment laws?
In answer to these questions, it would be helpful to consult the Hyperscribes Free Speech and Sexual Harassment explanation of hypothetical cases or Eugene Volokh's article What Speech Does Hostile Work Environment Harassment Law Restrict?Daniel McCarthy <firstname.lastname@example.org>