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.
Civil Rights and Discrimination | Comparative and Foreign Law | Family Law | Law
Center for Constitutional Governance
Suzanne B. Goldberg,
Reflections on Obergefell and the Family-Recognition Framework's Continuing Value,
UMKC L. Rev.
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