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November 29, 2007

Study Sexual Orientation and the Law in Amsterdam

This post is directed to law students, but please spread the word:

Study "International Perspectives on LGBT Rights at the University of Amsterdam" this summer.This program is co-sponsored by the Williams Institute & Whittier Law School.

Students can earn up to 6 units of law school credit through this ABA approved program.

The faculty involved in the project (as copied directly from the Williams Project announcement) include:

▪  Matt Coles, Director of ACLU’s Lesbian and Gay Rights Project
▪  Jenny Pizer, West Coast Legal Director, Lambda Legal
▪  Professor Holning Lau, Hofstra Law School
▪  Professor Elizabeth Glazer, Hofstra Law School
▪  Brad Sears, Executive Director of the Williams Institute
▪  Professor Russell Robinson, UCLA School of Law
▪  Professor Paula Ettelbrick, Executive Director, International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission
▪  Professor Jon Heilman, Whittier Law School
▪  Professor David Kaye, Whittier Law School
▪  Professor Judith Daar, Whittier Law School
▪  Professor Seval Yildirim, Whittier Law School

"For additional information regarding the program, students should email Professor Heilman at jheilman@law.whittier.edu or visit Whittier Law School ’s web site at www.law.whittier.edu or click here for updated information by early 2008."

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