Minnie Che

Minnie Che

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Show BioHide BioMinnie Che is a student at Harvard Law School and a member of the Labor and Employment Lab.

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Are Women-Only Networking Apps Protected by Law?

Published May 28th, 2019 -

Bumble, originally created as a dating app, launched a feature in 2017 that allows members to use the app for professional networking. Called Bumble Bizz, this feature just released a filter for a “women only” mode, where only female-identifying users can see ... More »


The New Job Market is Online: YouTube

Published May 20th, 2019 -

For some, YouTube is a website to watch the occasional funny panda video. For others, it has become their primary source of income. One of the most successful examples of this is Dude Perfect, a channel featuring five guys who perform intricate trick shots – b... More »


Religious Freedom for All, and Accommodation for Some

Published March 15th, 2019 -

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects employees from discrimination based on religion. With respect to religion, 42 USC 2000e(j) requires an employer to “reasonably accommodate” an employee’s beliefs and practices. But while an employer will alway... More »