Fordham Students Study Transgender Civil Rights

, New York Law Journal


Same-sex marriage "had its own cadre of people supporting it, but this seemed like a fundamental issue that needed more attention," said third-year student Lee Brannon, who worked with 2011 Fordham Law graduate Meredith Siller on the initial research and writing of a report calling for greater protections for transgender New Yorkers.

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  • MJM

    It saddens me that the next generation {and far too many in this one} of lawyers has devolved into a bunch of grievance hustlers who peddle nothing more than petty tribalism and identity group advocacy.

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