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The Legacy of Bostock v. Clayton County for LGBTQ Rights Cases

In this presentation based on his award-winning book, Before Bostock: The Accidental LGBTQ Precedent of Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins, Dr. Jason Pierceson, University of Illinois Springfield, examines the history of the inclusion of "sex" in Title VII and how that set the foundation for cases being brought on behalf of trans and queer individuals under Title IX, for example. The presentation further explores the development and application of legal theories used in “sex stereotyping” matters, specifically contrasting how caselaw has interpreted gender identity differently from sexual orientation in statutes that prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex..
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Dr. Jason Pierceson, University of Illinois Springfield, examines the history of the inclusion of "sex" in Title VII and how that set the foundation for cases being brought on behalf of trans and queer individuals under Title IX, for example. In this presentation based on his award-winning book, Before Bostock: The Accidental LGBTQ Precedent of Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins, Dr. Jason Pierceson explores the development and application of legal theories used in “sex stereotyping” matters, specifically contrasting how caselaw has interpreted gender identity differently from sexual orientation in statutes that prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex.

Dr. Jason PiercesonUniversity of Illinois at Springfield

Expires 1/1/2026 

Dr. Jason Pierceson, University of Illinois Springfield, examines the history of the inclusion of "sex" in Title VII and how that set the foundation for cases being brought on behalf of trans and queer individuals under Title IX, for example. In this presentation based on his award-winning book, Before Bostock: The Accidental LGBTQ Precedent of Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins, Dr. Jason Pierceson explores the development and application of legal theories used in “sex stereotyping” matters, specifically contrasting how caselaw has interpreted gender identity differently from sexual orientation in statutes that prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex.

Dr. Jason PiercesonUniversity of Illinois at Springfield

Expires 1/1/2026 

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