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Marka B Fleming

Associate Professor

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
College
College of Business & Economics

Department
Management

Contact
Merrick Hall 307
Education
B.S.Business / Wake Forest University
JDLaw / North Carolina Central University

Research Interests

Employment and Contract Law and Social Media Law

Recent Publications

  • Marka Fleming, Gwendolyn Mcfadden-Wade (2018). (The Legal Implications under Federal Law when States Enact Transgender Bathroom Laws for Students and Employees). (2) 29, pp. 43 ). Hastings Women Law Review.
  • Marka Fleming (2018). (The Equality Act: Indispensable to Employees and Employers). (Midwest L.J. 51) 28, pp. 51-79 ). Midwest Law Journal.
  • Marka Fleming, Gwendolyn Mcfadden-Wade (2016). (The Unthinkable Choice: The Constitutional Due Process Right to Parent or the Legal Right to Use Medical Marijuana). (1) 25, pp. 299-328 ). Boston University Public Interest Law Journal.
  • Marka Fleming (2015). (The Legal Applicability of State Medical Marijuana Laws on Employers and Employees). (1) 26, pp. 215-242 ). Southern Law Journal.
  • Marka Fleming, Angela Miles (2012). (Punishing Employees for Using Social Media Outside the Scope of Their Employment: What Are the Potential Legal Repercussions to the Private Employer? ). (Spring 2012) 13, pp. 22 ). ALSB Labor Law Journal.
  • Marka Fleming, Angela Miles (2012). (The Legal Ramifications for Employers When Job Candidates Misrepresent Credentials to Secure Employment Positions ). 13, pp. 21 ). ALSB Labor Law Journal .
  • Marka Fleming (2011). (The Constitutional and Contractual Controversy of Suspicionless Drug Testing of Public School Teachers). (2) 63, pp. 421-459 ). Oklahoma Law Review.
  • Marka Fleming (2010). (Article: Juror Misconduct: The Modern Tendency of Jurors to Search the Internet and Post Trial Information to Social Networking Websites). (1) 24 Midwest L.J. 77 (2010)., pp. 27 ). Midwest Law Journal.
  • Marka Fleming, Angela Miles (2008). (Considering Retaliation as a Legal Deterrent for Terminating Underperforming Employees and its Impact on Settlement and Litigation Costs). 15, pp. 45-61 ). Journal of Law and Business.