Stacy Hickox

Stacy Hickox
Assistant Professor
School of Human Resources & Labor Relations
427 S. Kedzie Hall

Phone: 517-432-7402
E-mail: hickoxs@msu.edu
curriculum vitae

Biosketch

Stacy Hickox received her Bachelor's degree from the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University and received her law degree from the University of Pennsylvania.

Stacy practiced law in the area of disability law at Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service prior to coming to SHRLR. Ms. Hickox also taught for several years at MSU's law school, including courses in employment law, civil rights, and disability law.

Stacy has written a book on the Americans with Disabilities Act and several law review articles on various aspects of employment law. Her current research focuses on the employment of ex-offenders, including potential claims for adverse impact and negligent hiring liability.

Education

  • J.D., University of Pennsylvania Law School, 1988.
  • B.S. with Honors, Cornell University, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, 1985.

Research in Progress

  • The Underwhelming Impact of the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments, University of Baltimore Law Review (forthcoming 2011)
  • Employer Liability for Negligent Hiring of Ex-Offenders, St. Louis Law Review (forthcoming 2011)
  • Ensuring Fairness in the Arbitration of Employment Disputes, 16 Widener Law Review 101 (2010)
  • Justifying Rejection of Applicants with Convictions, 8 Dartmouth Law Journal 39 (2010)

Articles are available at http://works.bepress.com/stacy_hickox/

Recent Publications

  • Transfer as an Accommodation: Standards from Discrimination Cases and Research, 62 Arkansas Law Review 195 (2009).
  • "Foundations for Understanding the Legal Environment of HRM in a Global Context," The Routledge Companion to Strategic Human Resource Management with Mark Roehling (2009).
  • The Elusive Right to Reinstatement under the Family Medical Leave Act, 91 Kentucky Law Journal 477 (2003).
  • Reduction of Punitive Damages for Employment Discrimination: Are Courts Ignoring our Juries? 54 Mercer Law Review 1081 (2003).
  • A Legal Analysis of the Americans With Disabilities Act (George Mason University May 2002).
  • Absenteeism Under FMLA and ADA, 50 DePaul Law Review 183 (2000).

Recent Articles

  • Applicants with Convictions: Summary of Research made possible by grant from the Michigan State Bar Foundation, with Mark Roehling (2010). Download Article

Additional articles by Dr. Hickox can be found at HR Executive Education's "Must Read".