Belmont Law Review


Sandra Sperino


This article argues that harassment is not a separate claim under Title VII by reviewing the history of discrimination law, examining Title VII's statutory language, and Supreme Court cases and procedural ambiguity in harassment law. It discusses the pitfalls of identifying harassment as a separate claim, and recommends how plaintiffs might plead harassment within the scope of Title VII.



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