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Vol. 22 

Articles, Essay, Comments, and Notes...

  • Adele M. Morrison, It's [Not] a Black Thing:  The Black/Gay Split over Same-Sex Marriage--A Critical [Race] Perspective  
  • Eric D. Yordy, Caught in the Clause:  An Analysis of Same-Sex Marriage Through the Lens of the Establishment Clause  
  • Angela Gilmore, How Amendment 1 (North Carolina's Anti-Marriage Equality Constitutional Amendment) Helped Me Become a Better Law Professor  
  • Govind Persad, What Marriage Law Can from Citizenship Law (and Vice Versa)  
  • Elizabeth Cannon Lesher, Protecting Poly:  Applying the Fourteenth Amendment to the Nonmonogamous  
  • Editha Rosario, Making It Better Now:  Working Toward Substantive Equality for LGBTQ Youth   
  •  ChôNayse Sellers, Adequate Care for a Serious Medical Need: Kosilek v. Spencer Begins the Path Toward Ensuring Inmates Receive Treatment for Gender Dysphoria Parentonline_order_badge.png  



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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.  

    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. 

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