2015 Stetson Law Review Symposium - Inequality, Opportunity, and the Law of the Workplace

On March 6, 2015, the Stetson Law Review hosted a symposium titled "Inequality, Opportunity, and the Law of the Workplace." The symposium brought together legal academics, economists, attorneys, journalists, and students to explore the relationship between rising economic inequality in the United States and the complex web of federal, state, and local laws that constitute the field of labor and employment law.

Following the live symposium, works by many of the panelists and speakers were published in the Stetson Law Review, Volume 45, Issue 1. Those works can be found at the links below.

Symposium Introduction and Dedication

Can Dystopia be Avoided? Increasing Economic Inequality Can Lead to Disaster

Florida Workers' Compensation Act: The Unconstitutional Erosion of the Quid Pro Quo

How to Raise Wages: Policies that Work and Policies that Don't

Indirect Threats to the Wages of Low-Income Workers: Garnishment and Payday Loans

"Regilding the Gilded Age": The Labor Question Reemerges

The Employment Non-Discrimination Act After Hobby Lobby: Striving for Progress--Not Perfection

Income Inequality and Corporate Structure
 

Volume 45, Issue 1 is dedicated in memoriam to Professor Michael J. Zimmer.