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Cheryl Anderson's Publications


"Balancing Administrative Authority, Employer Discretion, and Disability Discrimination Law: Introduction to the 2014–2015 National Health Law Moot Court Competition Problem." 36 Journal of Legal Medicine (2015) [IN PRESS].

"The Business Case for Disability Diversity in Legal Employment." 102 Illinois Bar Journal 132-136 (March 2014).

"Unification of Standards in Discrimination Law: The Conundrum of Causation and Reasonable Accommodation under the ADA." 82 Mississippi Law Journal 67-126 (2013).

"Discrimination Claims against Law Firms: Managing Attorney-Employees from Hiring to Firing." 43 Texas Tech Law Review 515-561 (2011) (with Leonard Gross), reprinted in 61 Defense Law Journal 113-166 (2012).

"Ideological Dissonance, Disability Backlash, and the ADA Amendments Act." 55 Wayne Law Review 1267-1326 (2009).

"Comparative Evidence or Common Experience: When Does 'Substantial Limitation' Require Substantial Proof under the Americans with Disabilities Act?" 57 American University Law Review 409-478 (2007).

"What is 'Because of Disability' under the Americans with Disabilities Act? Reasonable Accommodation, Causation and the Windfall Doctrine." 27 Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law 323-382 (2006). Reprinted in 23 National Lawyers Guild, Civil Rights Litigation and Attorneys Fees Annual Handbook, edited by Steven Saltzman, 15-1. St. Paul, Minn.: Thomson/West, 2007.

"'Neutral' Employer Policies and the ADA: The Implications ofU.S. Airways, Inc. v. Barnett Beyond Seniority Systems." 51Drake Law Review 1-43 (2002).

"'Thinking Within the Box': How Proof Models Are Used to Limit the Scope of Sexual Harassment Law." 19 Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal 125-171 (2001).

"'Deserving Disabilities': Why the Definition of Disability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act Should Be Revised to Eliminate the Substantial Limitation Requirement," 65Missouri Law Review 83-150 (2000).

"Nothing Personal: Individual Liability Under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 for Sexual Harassment as an Equal Protection Claim." 19Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law 60-107 (1998).

"Damages for Intentional Discrimination Under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act: A Rose by Any Other Name, But Are the Remedies the Same?" 9 BYU Journal of Public Law 235-290 (1995).

"Lender Liability: Breach of Good Faith in Lending and Related Theories." 64 North Dakota Law Review 273-314 (1988) (student work).


“Civil Rights and Equal Employment/Americans with Disabilities Act,” in Community Resources: A Guide for Human Service Workers, edited by William Crimando and T. F. Riggar, 187-199. 2d ed. Prospect Hts., Ill.: Waveland Press, 2005.