...and permitting gay marriages and have been embraced by both advocates for LGBT rights and a growing number of conservatives. Nothing in...
...recognizing a few outstanding female leaders who have advanced the cause of LGBT health and wellness, HIV/AIDS care and services, and civil rights....
...Gay-Straight Alliance" (GSA) clubs organizations designed to bring together LGBT students and straight allies in a safe space to address tough issues...
...partner at Blank Rome, was appointed to the National LGBT Bar Association's board of directors. Zaher concentrates his...
...minorities along with women, people with disabilities and those in the LGBT community are significantly underrepresented within our ranks. To address this reality...
The editorial staff of The Legal Intelligencer understands that diversity is a continuing concern in the legal community. This discussion is a follow-up to one we held in 2011 that suggested concrete
The Legal's editorial staff recently set out to select our Diverse Attorneys of the Year, in which we highlight the achievements of some of the state's minority attorneys. Every two years, in an effo
Temple University Health System is seeking to throw out a loss of consortium claim filed in a medical malpractice case against it because the plaintiffs — a same-sex couple — have never b
Political and religious groups at both ends of the political spectrum have jumped into the appellate battle over a Boston federal judge's order that prison officials provide sex reassignment surgery
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Same-sex marriage proponents and the city of San Francisco, riding a wave of political popularity to the U.S. Supreme Court, may have hit a legal roadblock, as four of the court's five conservative j
Originally Published: The Recorder
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