In the two decades since the first federal court' recognized sexual harassment as a form of sex discrimination under Title VII,2 sexual harassment has become an oft-discussed and increasingly litigated issue. The cause of action for sexual harassment arose as a result of the feminist revolution that brought women into the work- force in unprecedented numbers. Women began to hold positions previously occupied by men and to demand equal treatment, respect, and dignity. Some believe that women have already achieved equality in the workplace. The issue of sexual harassment, however, continues to spawn much debate as the role of women in society and, consequently, workplace norms continue to evolve.6 This Special Project addresses four current issues in sexual harassment law.
Kenneth L. Pollack,
Introduction: Current Issues in Sexual Harassment Law,
48 Vanderbilt Law Review
Available at: https://scholarship.law.vanderbilt.edu/vlr/vol48/iss4/5