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Vol. 24 

Articles, Essay, Comments, and Notes



  • Aeyal Gross, Rape by Deception and the Policing of Gender and Nationality Borders  
  • Deborah Lolai“You’re Going To Be Straight or You’re Not Going To Live Here”:  Child Support for LGBT Homeless Youth 
  • Josh ScheinertIs Criminalization Criminal?:  Antisodomy Laws and the Crime Against Humanity of Persecution 
ESSAY (National LGBT Bar Association Michael Greenberg Writing Competition)
  • Jillian LensonLitigation Primer Attacking State “No Promo Homo” Laws:  Why “Don’t Say Gay” Is Not O.K. 
  • Joshua C. AlbrittonIntersexed and Injured:  How M.C. v. Aaronson Breaks Federal Ground in Protecting Intersex Children from Unnecessary Genital-Normalization Surgeries  
  • Emily E. HolleyInternational Anti-LGBT Legislation:  How Nationalistic Cultural Warfare Supports Political Motivations 
  •  Adrienne BarnabeeSmithkline Beecham Corp. v. Abbott Laboratories:  The Ninth Circuit Utilizes Heightened Scrutiny To Resolve a Sexual Orientation Equal Protection Claim 
  •  Tracy LawKing v. Governor of New Jersey:  Does the First Amendment Allow Counselors To Provide Harmful Therapy to Minors?  

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The Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality: A Review of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in the Law  



     First published in 1991, the Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality is the first and only student-edited law review in the country devoted solely to covering legal issues of interest to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community on a wide variety of subjects, including constitutional, employment, family, health, insurance, and military law. The Journal addresses all of these issues and more with theoretical and practical articles by academicians, practitioners, and students. This journal is published annually and has broad national and international circulation.   

    The Journal also publishes the winning article of the annual National LGBT Bar Association Michael Greenberg Student Writing Competition. This exciting competition is dedicated to encouraging and recognizing outstanding law student scholarship on the legal issues affecting LGBT persons.  

   Membership on the review is open to all rising 2L, 3L, LLM, and transfer students. Members are chosen through summer and fall writing competitions. The responsibilities of the staff members include: editing articles, journal membership recruitment, and writing case notes and comments on recent developments in any subject related to LGBTQ legal issues. 



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