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Symposium: LGBT rights and religious freedom—finding a better way

Alexander Dushku and R. Shawn Gunnarson are shareholders at Kirton McConkie, where they represent an array of religious institutions on various matters. Continue Reading

Congress has considered proposals for broadcasting Supreme Court arguments, but none have gained traction (Kalvis Golde)

Symposium: The simplistic logic of Justice Neil Gorsuch’s account of sex discrimination

Ryan T. Anderson is the William E. Simon Senior Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation and the John Paul II Teaching Fellow at the University of Dallas. Continue Reading

Symposium: Progressive textualism and LGBTQ rights

Katie Eyer is a professor of law at Rutgers Law School. She co-authored an amicus brief on behalf of scholars of statutory interpretation and equality law arguing that textualism required a finding in favor of LGBTQ employees.  Continue Reading

Symposium: The moral arc bends toward justice: Toward an intersectional legal analysis of LGBTQ rights

Nicole G. Berner is general counsel of the Service Employees International Union. Monica Jin Joo Wilk is a law fellow in the SEIU legal department. Continue Reading