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Saturday, January 21st 2017 should be marked in history as a day when people came together with the purpose of uniting to support one another’s needs.  The Women’s March on Washington, an enormous event that catalyzed in the days and weeks following the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States, […]

LAW SCHOOL SEEKS RESEARCH ASSISTANT FOR LGBTQ INITIATIVE Dr. Nathaniel Frank, who runs Columbia Law School’s “What We Know Project,” is seeking a law/graduate student (or undergrad with strong research skills) for 5-10 hours of research assistance on an LGBTQ  health. The position is unpaid but with the possibility of future compensation. School credit could […]

Our colleagues at the Feminist Legal Theory Collaborative Research Network have invited us to share a call for papers for the 2017 Law & Society Association Annual Meeting on our blog. Their call for papers is also published here.  A copy of this call for papers appears below. * * * * * Call for […]

Columbia Law School recently announced it’s lineup of classes for the 2016-2017 Academic Year.  We’re pleased to see the number of courses devoted to studying civil rights, racial justice, LGBTQ rights, gender justice, and the problems of mass incarceration. The full list of courses may be found here, but we’ve selected a few highlights for our friends, […]

In the wake of last Sunday’s tragedy, wherein 49 people were murdered at a Latinx Night in an LGBTQ nightclub in Orlando, Florida, in a violent attack that left more than another 53 people injured, the question that so many people beg the answer for is “Why?” As the attacker was shot and killed by […]

The Center for Gender & Sexuality Law joins our allies and friends in acknowledging and supporting all persons suffering as a result of Sunday morning’s hate crime at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. We also acknowledge the particular vulnerability and pain experienced by the communities most affected by this tragedy, especially the LGBTQ community, the Latinx community and […]

12 Ways to take action in the wake of the tragedy in Orlando Sunday morning’s hate crime against the LGBTQ Latinx community has left many people, especially folks in the Queer community, feeling a range of intense emotions.  We at the Center for Gender and Sexuality Law believe that feeling those emotions is important, and […]

We are pleased to announce that we are seeking an Associate Director to work with the Public Rights/Private Conscience Project at Columbia Law School. The job description is as follows below, and may be accessed via Idealist: http://www.idealist.org/view/job/xjk6T6cT55Cp/ Job Description Columbia Law School seeks an Associate Director to serve as part of the project’s onsite team […]

                                June 1, 2016 – The Public Rights/Private Conscience Project (PRPCP) at Columbia Law School is delighted to announce that Elizabeth Reiner Platt has been appointed as the Project’s Director, effective today. Liz Platt joined the PRPCP last November as Associate Director, […]

Assessing the legacy of a towering figure such as Associate Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia turns out to be a bit of a landmine. For some, he stood among the Court’s most brilliant, scholarly and thoughtful justices. While for others, he distinguished himself as a bombastic, small-minded, intolerant bully who disgraced the Court with a […]

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