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Professor Gray's characterization of Title VII case law involving universities is generally correct: colleges and universities have been the big winners; individual challengers to hiring, promotion, and tenure decisions have been the big losers. However, this pattern is not very different from the outcomes of individual treatment cases generally, and specifically of cases involving so-called "higher level" jobs: plaintiffs win very few.

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