J. Shahar Dillbary

An Empirical Analysis of Sexual Orientation Discrimination
J. Shahar Dillbary
Professor of Law at The University of Alabama School of Law. BA in Law, LLB in Economics, Bar-Ilan University; LLM, JSD, The University of Chicago Law School

We would like to thank Yonathan Arbel, Ronen Avraham, David Bernstein, Bill Brewbaker, the Honorable Joseph Colquitt, Mirit Eyal-Cohen, Richard Delgado, Bryan Fair, Ron Krotoszynski, Susan Lyons, Jonathan Nash, Caryn Roseman, Stephen Rushin, Daiquiri Steele, Fred Vars, the participants in the 2017 Midwestern Law and Economics Association Conference, the 2018 American Law and Economics Association Conference and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s combined Workshop on Fair Lending and the Office of Research for their helpful comments; and Shannon McLaughlin, Joshua Polk, Laura Stephenson, and Nic Nivison for their excellent research assistance. We also want to thank an anonymous referee for insightful comments and suggestions. We are indebted to Blake Beals for his help in assembling the municipal database. Authors are ordered alphabetically.

Griffin Edwards
Assistant Professor of Business at The University of Alabama, Birmingham, Collat School of Business. PhD in Economics, Emory University.
Twenty years ago, a gay couple entered their local bank in Arroyo Grande, California to ask for a mortgage loan.