Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2016

Disciplines

Civil Rights and Discrimination | Comparative and Foreign Law | Family Law | Law

Center/Program

Center for Constitutional Governance

Abstract

Unlike a typical law review essay, I offer reflections here based largely on my own past work in LGBT rights advocacy. Together with related scholarship, I rely on these experiences to argue that the 'family recognition" framework underlying earlier advocacy has value going forward, even after the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of nationwide marriage equality.

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