domestic violence, human rights, discrimination, disability, employment
This Article analyzes the need to create a new protected class of domestic violence victims to shield them from discrimination in employment. The Article examines arguments for and against proposed legislation to revise the human rights law governing disability, section 8-107 of the New York City Administration Code. The Article concludes that this legislation is unnecessary because the law already provides sufficient protection to domestic violence victims without requiring that victims disclose their domestic violence status to their employers.
Marta B. Varela,
Protection of Domestic Violence Victims Under the New York City Human Rights Law's Provisions Prohibiting Discrimination on the Basis of Disability,
27 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1231
Available at: https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/ulj/vol27/iss4/2