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Vol. 23 

Articles, Essay, Comments, and Notes...

  • Ryan H. Nelson, An Indirect Challenge to the FDA's "Gay Blood Ban"  
  • Nancy C. Marcus, Deeply Rooted Principles of Equal Liberty, Not "Argle Bargle":  The Inevitability of Marriage Equality After Windsor  
  • Kris Franklin, Empathy and Reasoning in Context:  Thinking About Antigay Bullying  
  • Natacha Lam, Clash of the Titans:  Seeking Guidance for Adjudicating the Conflict Between Equality and Religious Liberty in LGBT Litigation  
  • Maura McNamara, Better To Be Out in Prison Than Out in Public:  LGBTQ Prisoners Receive More Constitutional Protection If They Are Open About Their Sexuality While in Prison  
  • Alexandra Brandes, The Negative Effect of Stigma, Discrimination and the Health Care System on the Health of Gender and Sexual Minorities   
  •  Lauren T. Michel, Disappointment and Elation:  Standing in Hollingsworth v. Perry 
  •  William Travis, Bad Medicine:  The Ninth Circuit Reviews Issues of Free Speech, Professional Regulations, and California's Ban on Sexual Orientation Change Efforts in Pickup v. Brown   

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The Tulane 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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