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February 5, 2010

Williams Institute/UCLA law review conference on sexuality and gender law

The Williams Institute at UCLA Law School, together with the UCLA Law Review, will present its 9th annual conference, this one titled "Sexuality and Gender Law: Assessing the Field, Envisioning the Future," Feb. 19-20.  This year's conference features a truly all-star lineup of speakers and panelists.  Admission to the conference is free, though a charge applies for participants seeking CLE.  Here is the conference description:

Both in scholarship and in judicial opinions, issues related to sexuality and gender constitute one of the most dynamic and vibrant fields in American law. Yet there has been no sustained examination of the field itself and of its importance to constitutional theory more generally. This conference will bring together leading scholars from both inside and outside the field to reflect on how sexuality and gender has changed the law, and how the field itself is likely to change.


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