Sam Capparelli

In Search of Ordinary Meaning: What Can Be Learned from the Textualist Opinions of Bostock v. Clayton County?
Sam Capparelli
B.S. 2018, The George Washington University; J.D. Candidate 2022, The University of Chicago Law School.

Many thanks to Professor Brian Leiter, Samuel Kane, Crofton Kelly, Tony Leyh, Jennifer Chang, Tony Alessi, Kelly Gregg, George Colligan, and all of the editors of the University of Chicago Law Review for their comments and advice.

What is the meaning of the phrase “discriminate because of sex”? This was the key question the Supreme Court faced in Bostock v. Clayton County.