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Heriot, Gail

Books

Journal Articles

  • Title VII Disparate Impact Liability Makes Almost Everything Presumptively Illegal: It Gives the Federal Bureaucracy Extraordinary Discretionary Power. But What Does It Do to the Rule of Law? And Who Benefits?, 14 NYU Journal of Law & Liberty 1 (2020)
  • The Department of Education's Obama-Era Initiative on Racial Disparities in School Discipline: Wrong For Students and Teachers, Wrong on the Law, 22 Texas Review of Law & Politics 471 (2018) (with Somin)
  • Working Backwards: How Employment Regulation Hurts Unemployed Millennials, 38 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 781 (2014)
  • The Sad Irony of Affirmative Action, 14 National Affairs 78 (2013)
  • Lights! Camera! Legislation!: Grandstanding Congress Set to Adopt Hate Crimes Bill that May Put Double Jeopardy Protections in Jeopardy, 10 Engage 4 (2009)
  • Affirmative Action in American Law Schools, 17 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 237 (2008)
  • The Politics of Admissions in California, 14 Academic Questions 29 (2001)

Chapters of Books or Articles within Books

  • A Dubious Expediency, in A Dubious Expediency: How Race Preferences Damage Higher Education (Gail Heriot & Maimon Schwarzschild eds., Encounter Books 2021)
  • The Sausage Factory, in A Dubious Expediency: How Race Preferences Damage Higher Education (Gail Heriot & Maimon Schwarzschild eds., Encounter Books 2021) (with Mulder)

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