In Employment Discrimination, Sturm uses interdisciplinary readings,
role plays, and case studies to expand students’ exploration
beyond the courtroom and to introduce psychological, organizational,
and transactional dimensions of lawyers’ response to workplace
If the subject matter lends itself to normative questions or
discussion, then these students participate in planning the class.
For issues such as affirmative action that often spark stylized
or polarized discussion, she either uses small group discussion
or a role-play within the large class itself.