LAPA Seminar with Elizabeth Sepper
Feb 11, 2019 04:30PM to 06:00PM
300 Wallace Hall
Department:Program in Law and Public Affairs
Audience:Open to the Public
Elizabeth Sepper, LAPA Fellow; Washington University School of Law
LAPA Seminars are in a new location this semester: 300 Wallace Hall.
We hope to see you there.
LAPA’s seminar format encourages attendees to familiarize themselves with the paper in advance. A commentator opens the session by summarizing the main themes in the paper and presenting some topics for discussion.
Copies of the seminar paper are typically available about 10 days before the event, during regular business hours, at the LAPA Offices on the 3rd floor of Wallace Hall.
Elizabeth Sepper is a nationally recognized scholar of public accommodations, religious liberty, and health law. Her recent work focuses on legal theoretical and policy debates related to the antidiscrimination obligations of public accommodations—that is, businesses, social service providers, and membership organizations that are open to the public—under federal, state, and local laws. At LAPA, she is the LAPA\Crane Fellowship in Law and Public Affairs, and is working on her book project, Sex in Public: Public Accommodation Law from the Civil War to the Bathroom Wars, tracing how sex shaped the aims and application of antidiscrimination law throughout U.S. history.
More information: Contact Judi Rivkin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by the Program in Law and Public Affairs