After dodging a bullet last term, supporters of affirmative action face another test at the U.S. Supreme Court on October 15 in a case that could launch a new state-by-state effort to eliminate progr
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...DOMA harms the children of gay couples, he added. Elizabeth Cooper of Fordham University School of Law agreed, saying, “Although the court...
On April 24, just two minutes after 11 a.m., Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. announced in a voice tinged with satisfaction, "Our last case of the year," and opened arguments in a Title VII retaliation
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...the answer?" asked Justice Sonia Sotomayor of Charles Cooper of Cooper & Kirk, counsel to proponents of California's ban, who had urged the...
...All three lawyers who argued on MondayCharles Cooper of Cooper and Kirk, defending Proposition 8, and Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher's Olson and...
The historic constitutional test of gay marriage rights unfolds on March 26, when the U.S. Supreme Court takes up California's same-sex marriage ban, a case in which opponents to the ban seek not a n
...Charles Cooper Partner, Cooper and Kirk Assignment: Defending Proposition 8 Previous...
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