WASHINGTON, (AP) -- Gay rights activists cheered boisterously on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court as word trickled out Wednesday that questions inside seemed to indicate a willingness to strike do
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... , an openly gay member of Tucson, Ariz.'s City Commission on GLBT issues recognized for saving the life of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords...
The Equality Forums Global GLBT Summit is being held in Philadelphia this week and will near its...
Wal-Mart, a leading corporate advocate of diversity in the legal profession, is deploying new software to keep a watchful eye on its law firms and make sure the attorneys working on its matters are d
Lawyers are generally results-oriented people. Results count when brokering deals, arguing cases and serving clients. So why is it that the only things the legal profession seem to focus on when it c
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