Past Presentations, Speaking Engagements, & Articles


LGBT Rights and Religious Liberty: The Emerging Legal Battleground

LGBT Rights and Religious Liberty: The Emerging Legal Battleground

A MCLE presentation designed for a local bar association.

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Federal Administrative Advocacy

Federal Administrative Advocacy

This presentation was designed for a class of law students.

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Bias-Motivated Violence

Bias-Motivated Violence

Presentation designed for students at a University's Sexual Assault Center.

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Religious Refusals and the Future of LGBT Rights

Religious Refusals and the Future of LGBT Rights

Organized and moderated a MCLE panel to designed to discuss the changing legal and policy landscapes affecting LGBTQ-rights.

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Critical Race Studies Symposium: Gender and Sexuality Panel

Critical Race Studies Symposium: Gender and Sexuality Panel

Moderated a panel designed to educate lawyers, community activists, and law students on the intersectional harms of various federal policies.

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Lavender Graduation

Lavender Graduation

Served as a part of the graduation processional and presented an academic excellence award to a deserving graduating senior.

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The census will officially count same-sex couples for the first time ever – but that’s not enough

The census will officially count same-sex couples for the first time ever – but that’s not enough

This article was originally written for and published by The Conversation in April 2018.

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Unanswered Questions: Same-Sex Marriage Rights in Alabama Post-Obergefell

Unanswered Questions: Same-Sex Marriage Rights in Alabama Post-Obergefell

This blog post was originally written for and published by The Alabama Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law Review in November 2015.

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Legalizing Discrimination: A Look at How the Southeast is a Region without LGBT anti-discrimination Protections

Legalizing Discrimination: A Look at How the Southeast is a Region without LGBT anti-discrimination Protections

This blog post was originally written for and published by The Alabama Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law Review in February 2016.

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