Queer Rights & the Courts: the Meaning of Sex, Sexual Orientation, & Transgender Status

Jennifer Levi, Director of the Transgender Rights Project at GLBTQ Legal Advocates and Defenders and Professor of Law at Western New England University will join us at Amherst College on Tues. Oct 29th at 4:30pm in Paino Lecture Hall, Beneski Museum.

For an important essay from which I learned a great deal, see Jennifer L. Levi & Daniel Redman, The Cross-Dressing Case for Bathroom Equality, 34 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 133 (2010).

For an important essay on bullying, see Jennifer Levi, Bullying and the Laws Pertaining to It, GPSOLO, Jan./Feb. 2017, at 30

And another important essay addressing equal protection for transgender people, see Kevin M. Barry, Brian Farrell, Jennifer L. Levi, & Neelima Vanguri, A Bare Desire to Harm: Transgender People and the Equal Protection Clause, 57 B.C. L. REV. 507 (2016)

For more information about Jennifer’s work with GLAD, click here.

For more information about Jennifer’s many publications, click here.

Other Resources

Some other great resources curated by Jennifer L. Nye, J.D. Lecturer in Law and Social Justice, History Department, Co-Chair, Five College Reproductive Health, Rights and Justice Certificate at University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Supreme Court Considers Whether Civil Rights Act Protects L.G.B.T. Workers (NY Times, Oct. 8, 2019) Podcast: ACLU Podcast: THE HISTORIC TRANS RIGHTS CASE BEFORE THE SUPREME COURT, interview with Chase Strangio, deputy director of the ACLU’s LGBT and HIV Project and one of the lawyers representing the trans plaintiff, Aimee Stephens. Podcast:  Stanford Law professor Pamela Karlan, who represented the two gay male plaintiffs, on Amicus with Dalia Lithwick. And the GLAD Amicus Brief filed in the Bostock/Altitude Express and Harris Funeral Homes cases

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