Following up on my previous posts:
- Linda Mullenix Files Federal Lawsuit Against University Of Texas Law School Alleging Sex Discrimination, Retaliation, And Violation Of Equal Pay Act
- University Of Texas Law School Seeks To Dismiss Sex Discrimination Complaint, Says Linda Mullenix Has ‘Bruised Ego’
- Federal District Court Rejects Linda Mullenix’s Retaliation Claim Against University Of Texas Law School; Sex Discrimination And Equal Pay Act Claims Remain
Law360, Court Keeps UT Law Prof’s Pay Discrimination Suit Alive:
A federal judge in Texas has ruled that a University of Texas law professor can move forward with her claim that the school paid her less than a male colleague, setting her court case up for a trial later this year [Mullenix v. University of Texas at Austin (WD TX June 10, 2022)].
ABA Journal, Part of Lawsuit Alleging Gender Discrimination at University of Texas at Austin Gets Past Summary Judgment:
The lawsuit, brought by Linda Mullenix, alleges some male faculty members earn significantly more than she. Filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, the lawsuit also claims the men in question have not been law professors as long as Mullenix, have fewer publications and similar student evaluations. Mullenix teaches civil procedure, as do some of the men, according to her action.