February 6th – Note Author Speaker Series


Posted on February 6th, 2013 by Lauren Gutterman

12:10 pm, Jerome Green Hall room 105

The Columbia Law Review and Student Services invite you to this week’s installment of the Note Author Speaker Series, which will highlight student scholarship being published in the areas of gender, sexuality, and family law. Professor Katherine Franke will moderate a panel consisting of:

Andy Kravis (Journal of Gender and Law), “Is the Inability to Marry a Marital Status? Levin v. Yeshiva University and the Intersection of Sexual Orientation and Marital Status in Housing Discrimination”

Rebecca Orel (Human Rights Law Review), “Making It Better Now: How Advocates Can and Should Use a Critical Period for LGBT Youth to Create Sustainable Change”

Kate Wellman (Journal of Gender and Law), “Taking the Next Step in the Legal Response to Domestic Violence: The Need to Reexamine Specialized Domestic Violence Courts from a Victim Perspective”

Come see what your peers have produced, join the discussion, or get inspired to write a Note of your own! Lunch will be served. Contact: studentservices@law.columbia.edu

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