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01/25/2011

Audio: Activating judicially -- an important panel with important people

by Jeremy Hooper

Panel #1: Getting Equality Through the Courts

What cases are in the courts that could significantly impact our equality?
A panel with the leaders of our legal organizations.

Panelists

Kevin Cathcart, Executive Director, Lambda Legal


Matt Coles, Director, Center for Equality, ACLU

Christopher Dusseault, Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher


Kate Kendell, Executive Director, National Center for Lesbian Rights


Lee Swislow, Executive Director, Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders

Question Moderators

William Adams, Dean, Western State University College of Law


Kevin Naff, Editor, Washington Blade


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