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Publications & Resources

  • Picture Yourself at the Liberty Awards

  • Court Hears Infertility Case

    Guadalupe Benitez, a California lesbian, was denied a standard infertility treatment by her doctors because of their religious beliefs. Now Lambda Legal defends her before the California Supreme Court.

  • Iowa Leaders Show Support

    A wide array of organizations and individuals have filed over a dozen briefs at the Iowa Supreme Court on behalf of the six same-sex couples and their families in Lambda Legal's historic marriage case.

  • Lambda Legal Attorney Makes Atlanta's Top 20

    Lambda Legal Transgender Rights Attorney Cole Thaler spends much of his waking hours litigating precedent-setting cases or working as an educator or activist. He's just been honored for this work by the Southern Voice, which named him one of Atlanta's top 20 lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender leaders. From the Southern Voice:

  • Court Backs Governor

    Lambda Legal defends recognition of out-of-state marriages of same-sex couples as court dismisses challenge brought by anti-gay Alliance Defense Fund.

  • Victory for Inclusive Health Curriculum

    Warding off persistent attacks from antigay groups, Lambda Legal has helped protect a medically accurate health curriculum that includes the facts on sexual orientation for 8th and 10th graders in Montgomery County, Maryland.

  • Transgender Man Will Not Lose Alimony Payments

    In response to a ruling by the Sixth Circuit Court for Pinellas County that rejected an attempt to terminate previously agreed to and ordered alimony for an ex-spouse because he is transgender, Lambda Legal issued this statement from Greg Nevins, Senior Staff Attorney in Lambda Legal's Southern Regional Office in Atlanta and Cole Thaler, Transgender Rights Attorney for Lambda Legal:

  • Increasing Access to Voluntary HIV Testing

    In late 2006, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention began actively promoting HIV testing of all patients age 13 to 64 in health care settings.

  • Billie Jean King and Lambda Legal Executive Director Kevin Cathcart

  • Employment Rights Bill Heads to Congress

    LGBT people face real discrimination in the workplace, yet there is still no federal law that expressly forbids this kind of discrimination. The federal Employment Nondiscrimination Act (ENDA)* seeks to put an end to this. Executive Director Kevin M. Cathcart submitted an open letter to congress urging for the passage of this bill.

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