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CUA Law Professor Suzette M. Malveaux's article "The Modern Class Action Rule: Its Civil Rights Roots and Relevance Today" was published in the University of Kansas Law Review 66 U. Kan. L. Rev. 325-398 (2017). See Below.

The Modern Class Action Rule: Its Civil Rights Roots and Relevance Today


By: Suzette M. Malveaux
From: University of Kansas Law Review 66 U. Kan. L. Rev. 325-398 (2017)

It is a golden anniversary. The modern class action rule recently turned fifty years old. However, the occasion is marred by troubled times. Hate crimes, violence and discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, immigration status, sexual orientation and more are on the rise. Prejudice that lay dormant has recently erupted, unleashing unbridled resentment, fury and even hatred. This spike has been particularly acute following the presidential election of Donald Trump.

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Professor Suzette M. Malveaux's Areas of Expertise

Civil Procedure

Complex Litigation

Civil Rights Law

Fair Employment Law


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