Professor Mary Hoopes's Article, "Regulating Marginalized Labor," Featured in Jotwell
Professor Mary S. Hoopes's article, "Regulating Marginalized Labor," 73 Hastings L.J. 1041 (2022) (SSRN), is identified as one of the best works of recent scholarship relating to work law in a review published in Jotwell.
Excerpt from "The EEOC’s Innovative Approach to Protecting Farmworkers" by Henry L. Chambers Jr.:
In Regulating Marginalized Labor, Professor Mary Hoopes discusses the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) innovative approach to protecting farmworkers. She focuses on two key factors – a decentralized, entrepreneurial structure of enforcement and aggressive collaboration with advocacy organizations – in explaining the EEOC’s success. Professor Hoopes then suggests the broader implementation of those ideas could help lead to the “robust enforcement of civil rights within [other] administrative agencies.” (P. 1045.) That is a story worth telling and worth reading.
The complete review may be found at Jotwell