Alumni Invited to Examine Lawrence v. Texas
The Supreme Court's decision in Lawrence v. Texas has been widely heralded as a landmark victory for lesbian and gay rights. What Lawrence means for lesbians and gay men, as well as what it means for privacy, equality, and constitutionalism, more generally, will be among the main topics of the November 7 "Equality, Privacy, and Lesbian and Gay Rights After Lawrence v. Texas" Symposium." All alumni are invited to participate .
The Lawrence v. Texas Symposium has been approved for 6.75 hours of CLE Credit by the Supreme Court of Ohio. The Symposium is co-sponsored by the Ohio State Law Journal, the Moritz College of Law and the Center for Law, Policy, and Social Science.
The Symposium will feature in-depth presentations by Cass R. Sunstein and Catharine A. MacKinnon and panels examining the decision from a variety of viewpoints. Professors Ned Foley and Marc Spindelman will serve as panelists and Professors Brudney, Chamallas and Colker will moderate panels.