Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

Posted on May 14th, 2018 by Elizabeth Boylan

A Message from the Center for Gender & Sexuality Law
In Honor of the Columbia Law School Class of 2018

May 14, 2018 – The Center for Gender & Sexuality Law is thrilled to bestow our congratulations upon the Columbia Law School Class of 2018.

At the core of our work as a Center, we strive to provide resources and opportunities to enrich the experiences of all members of the Columbia Law School community – Students, Faculty, Alumni and Staff Members alike.

Our work is dependent upon the input, insight, and interest of these stakeholders – and it is with great sincerity that we express our gratitude to the graduating JD and LLM students who have inspired, participated in, and shared in our events and programs at Columbia Law School.

We have had the distinct pleasure of working with many of this year’s graduates as Research Assistants, as cohorts in planning events and programs with the vibrant Student Organizations at Columbia Law School. We have also worked with many of this year’s graduates as young scholars and lawyers pursuing academic scholarship, pro-bono work, and careers that are aligned with our Center’s mission to expand approaches to complex issues facing gender and sexual justice movements in the multiple contexts in which these movements develop.

It is our pleasure to congratulate those students being awarded degrees today from Columbia Law School. We are deeply proud of all of your accomplishments and wish you all the best moving forward.

Professor Katherine Franke
Faculty Director, The Center for Gender & Sexuality Law and
The Public Rights/Private Conscience Project

Elizabeth Reiner Platt
Director, The Public Rights/Private Conscience Project

Kira Shepherd
Director, Racial Justice Program
The Public Rights/Private Conscience Project

Liz Boylan
Associate Director, The Center for Gender & Sexuality Law

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