- Employment Discrimination
- Employment Law
- Law, Biology and Behavior Seminar
- B.A., 1975, George Washington University
- M.A., 1976, University of Colorado
- J.D., 1982, University of Denver
Prior to joining Wayne State's faculty in 1989, Professor Browne was a partner in the San Francisco-based law firm of Morrison & Foerster, where he specialized in labor and employment law. Following law school at the University of Denver, where he graduated first in his class and was an editor of the law review, he clerked for Justice Luis Rovira of the Supreme Court of Colorado and then for Justice Byron White of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Professor Browne's publications have dealt primarily with various aspects of employment discrimination law and with the legal implications of evolved differences between the sexes. His most recent book is Co-ed Combat: The New Evidence that Women Shouldn't Fight the Nation's Wars (Sentinel, 2007). His previous book, Biology at Work: Rethinking Sexual Equality (Rutgers University Press, 2002) was named one of the "Outstanding Academic Titles of 2002" by Choice Magazine.
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Last updated: October 11, 2007