The Wake Forest Law Review Online has published an article by Clinical Professor of Law Doron Kalir. The Article, titled “The Inner Logic of Bostock,” suggests that the Supreme Court’s seminal opinion in Bostock — which protects LGBTQ in the workforce from discrimination “based on [their] sex” — should be read as a product of formal logic, rather than as a product of statutory interpretation theory (such as textualism).
In the article, Professor Kalir thanks his colleagues who read the article carefully and made excellent suggestions during the faculty presentation a month ago.
Congrats, Doron — I see it’s your second on-line only publication. I know that the articles are shorter and the process is faster, but that’s about all I know about it. Maybe you could talk with the faculty about the online-only publishing process, pros/cons, etc? Heidi
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