Douglas NeJaime

UCLA Law School

Guest

Professor of law at UCLA Law School and faculty director of the Williams Institute, a think tank that conducts research on sexual orientation and gender identity law and public policy; former associate professor of Law at the University of California, Irvine and at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, California, focusing on family law, and law and sexuality

Douglas NeJaime on KCRW

The US Supreme Court has made same-sex marriage the law of the land, but discrimination against gays and lesbians is still alive and well.

Can Gay Marriage Co-Exist with Religious Freedom?

The US Supreme Court has made same-sex marriage the law of the land, but discrimination against gays and lesbians is still alive and well.

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On today's  To the Point  we heard about today's arguments before the US Supreme Court, which is being asked to throw out laws against same-sex marriage in four states.

A Look Back at the Legal Battle over Prop 8

On today's To the Point we heard about today's arguments before the US Supreme Court, which is being asked to throw out laws against same-sex marriage in four states.

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Attorney General Eric Holder has called gay rights one of “the defining civil rights challenges of our time.”

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