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The Center for Gender & Sexuality Law at Columbia Law School wants to express our gratitude for the communities that support our work and who engage in our programming. Today, Thursday, April 18th, 2019, is #GiveOUTDay, and we hope you will consider including the Center for Gender & Sexuality Law in your giving. In these […]

The Center for Gender & Sexuality Law is pleased to welcome Svati P. Shah as a Visiting Faculty Member in Residence this Spring, as well as two Visiting Scholars, Simone George, and Daniel Del Gobbo, for the Spring 2019 Semester at Columbia Law School. This Spring, the Center for Gender & Sexuality Law will offer […]

PRESS RELEASE Date: Thursday, January 24th, 2019 From: Professor Katherine Franke, Columbia Law School Subject: The Public Rights/Private Conscience Project is now the Law, Rights, and Religion Project Contact: Liz Boylan, (212) 854–0167,   January 24, 2019: After nearly five years of fighting for religious equality and civil rights, the Public Rights/Private Conscience Project (PRPCP) is proud to announce our new […]

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 […]

Job Opportunity for Law Students! 10-Week Law Fellowship – Washington, DC Our colleagues at the National LGBTQ Task Force are currently seeking two additional summer law fellows who will work out of their DC office for 10 weeks. The fellows will be supervised by Candace Bond-Theriault, as well as four other lawyers on the National […]

Wednesday, March 7, 2018 Announcement: Kira Shepherd, Director of Racial Justice Project, to Moderate ABA Webinar on Civil Rights Protection in HHS Registration: Tomorrow, March 8th, 2018, Kira Shepherd, Director of the Racial Justice Program with the Public Rights/Private Conscience Project will be moderating a discussion for the American Bar Association, titled, “Civil Rights Protection for […]

Media Advisory:  New Research and Report Launch – Bearing Faith: The Limits of Catholic Health Care for Women of Color Press Contact:  Liz Boylan Associate Director, Center for Gender & Sexuality Law, Columbia Law School 212.854.0167 |   Columbia Law School’s Public Rights/Private Conscience Project and Public Health Solutions announce the release of a groundbreaking report on […]

Friday, January 19th, 2018 Bearing Faith: The Limits of Catholic Health Care for Women of Color Judson Memorial Church, Sanctuary Space 55 Washington Square South New York, NY 10012 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm 2 CLE (Continuing Legal Education) Credits are available for eligible persons who attend the program. RSVP is Required via Eventbrite: […]

Cross-posted to Medium The Center for Gender & Sexuality Law and the Public Rights/Private Conscience Project at Columbia Law School are pleased to be co-supporters of the Open to All campaign.  Launched by the Movement Advancement Project in November, the Open to All campaign addresses how the engagement of #ReligiousExemptions by service providers to refuse […]

Call For Papers Due Date: November 5, 2017 Please see the call for papers below for a symposium, “Climate Change and Gender Justice,” at Columbia Law School. This call for papers was drafted by Laura Baron, the Symposium Editor for the Columbia Law School Journal of Gender and Law.  Laura’s contact details are as follows: […]



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