Sandra Sperino / Fall 2017

On November 28, 2017, NPR’s Morning Edition quoted Professor Sandra Sperino in “Sexual Harassment Cases Often Rejected By Courts” available at the following link:

The New York Times published an op-ed written by Professor Sperino and Professor Suja Thomas, “When is Harassment Not Harassment,” available at the following link:

In November, she spoke at the University of California-Berkeley College of Law as an invited speaker at the AARP’s symposium celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act.

In November, she gave a presentation at Western Law (London, Ontario) as part of a symposium on precarious workers.

She published a blog post on the Oxford University Press blog, titled “What Counts as Discrimination?” The post is available here:

Professor Sperino was quoted in “The legal difference between sexual misconduct, assault, and harassment, explained” an article posted by Vox on January 26, 2018, available at the following link:

The Dayton Daily News quoted Professor Sperino in “Not just Hollywood: Sexual harassment complaints up in Ohio” on January 8, 2018 available at

On November 30, 2017, Professor Sperino was quoted by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in “Advocates for sexual harassment victims pan Wisconsin lawmakers’ plan to keep incident reports secret” available at the following link:

On October 31, U.S. District Court of Rhode Island Judge John McConnell favorably reviewed Professor Sperino’s book, “Unequal: How America’s Courts Undermine Discrimination Law.”

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