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Vol. 26

Articles, Essay, Comments, and Notes

 

ARTICLES

  •  Francisco Valdes, From Law Reform to Lived Justice: Marriage Equality, Personal Praxis, and Queer Normativity in the United States 
  • Tobin Sparling, A Path Unfollowed: The Disregard of Dignity Precedent in Justice Kennedy's Gay Rights Decisions   
ESSAY (National LGBT Bar Association Michael Greenberg Writing Competition)
  • Elizabeth Booker Houston, The ADA's Exclusion of Gender Dysphoria: An Analysis of the Rift between Jurisprudence and Mental Health
COMMENTS 
  • J. Levi Stoneking, The Death of a HERO: How Equality Opponents Repealed the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance by Fueling Trans-Panic with Tested Tactics 
  • David Henry Wolfenson, The Risks to LGBT Elders in Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities and Possible Solutions
 NOTES 
  •  Camille Patti, Hively v. Ivy Tech Community College: Losing the Battle but Winning the War for Title VII Sexual Orientation Discrimination Protection
  • Charles Schully, A Journey Delayed but Not Finished: Granting Auer Deference to Regulatory Interpretations Guiding Transgender Rights in G.G. ex rel. Grimm v. Gloucester County School Board

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     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.   

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