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Publications at Penn Law

The Penn Law faculty are engaged in a wide array of scholarship in traditional, cross-disciplinary and cutting-edge areas of inquiry. This newly created section of our website, which we will continue to populate in the months ahead, gives you access and the ability to search current and earlier work.


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7 publications matched your search.

"ALMOST REVOLUTIONARY": THE CONSTITUTION'S STRANGE CAREER IN THE WORKPLACE, 1935-1980 (2010) (unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University).
Author:  Sophia Lee

Book Review, 27 L. & HIST. REV. 224 (2009) (reviewing RISA L. GOLUBOFF, THE LOST PROMISE OF CIVIL RIGHTS (2007)).
Author:  Sophia Lee

Book Review, 85 BUS. HIST. REV. 622 (2011) (reviewing JENNIFER DELTON, RACIAL INTEGRATION IN CORPORATE AMERICA, 1940-1990 (2009)).
Author:  Sophia Lee

Book Review, JOTWELL: LEGAL HISTORY (2011) (reviewing DANIEL RODGERS, AGE OF FRACTURE (2011)) (available at
Author:  Sophia Lee

Hotspots in a Cold War: The NAACP’s Postwar Workplace Constitutionalism, 1948-1964, 26 L. & HIST. REV. 327 (2008).
Author:  Sophia Lee

Race, Sex, and Rulemaking: Administrative Constitutionalism and the Workplace, 1960 to the Present, 96 VA. L. REV. 799 (2010).
Author:  Sophia Lee

Whose Rights?: Litigating the Right-to-Work, 1950-1980, in THE AMERICAN RIGHT AND U.S. LABOR: POLITICS, IDEOLOGY, AND IMAGINATION (Nelson Lichtenstein & Elizabeth Tandy Shermer, eds., University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012).
Author:  Sophia Lee