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GLAD Presentation on Faith Based Equality

April 26, 2012 by | General News

The Global Law and Development (GLAD) Project for the LGBTQ Rights and Feminism hosted a presentation, delivered by Rev. Canon Albert Ogle, on the pluses and minuses of faith based equality. Rev. Canon Albert Ogle has lived and worked in Southern California since 1982, when Integrity sponsored his immigration from Ireland and helped to establish

Professor Lipman to Present on LGBT Tax Issues

March 1, 2012 by | Faculty

Professor Lipman will be presenting at an  Orange County Lavendar Bar Association event on tax issues for the LGBT Community.  The event will be at UCI on Wednesday, March 14 from 6:30-8:00 p.m., with a reception to follow.

OC Register Quotes Professor Rotunda

April 22, 2011 by | Faculty

The Orange County Register quoted Professor Kyndra Rotunda in an article about marines preparing for the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. “With any regulation or rule in the military, whether or not it’s followed depends on two things. The first is if there’s training up front. The other piece though is going to be

Dean Eastman to Speak at Chapman Federalist Society Conference

March 2, 2011 by | Faculty

Former Dean Eastman and former Clinton Acting Solicitor General Walter Dellinger will speak at Chapman Federalist Society national electronic press conference, “The President’s Duty to Enforce”. Former Dean Eastman will discuss the Attorney General’s duty to defend statutes and initiatives with which he disagrees. This topic has recently come under intense scrutiny, following then-California Attorney

NY Times Quotes Professor Eastman

February 26, 2011 by | Faculty

Former Dean John Eastman was quoted in the New York Times about the Justice Department’s decision not to defend the Defense of Marriage Act. In the article, entitled “The President’s Courthouse,” Former Dean Eastman said that although there were indeed occasional cases in which the Justice Department should decline to defend a statute, this one

OC Register Quotes Professor Eastman on Prop 8

December 6, 2010 by | Faculty

The Orange County Register quoted Former Dean and Donald P. Kennedy Chair John Eastman in an article about the Prop. 8 appeal before the Ninth Circuit. The article stated that if Prop. 8 supporters were found to have standing, the Ninth Circuit Panel would likely lean in favor of supporting gay marriage in California. “I

OC Register Highlighted Professor Darmer

August 14, 2010 by | Faculty

Professor Katherine Darmer was highlighted in an article in the Orange County Register covering Irvine’s OC Pride event this August. “My advice today is: Get married,” Professor Darmer told a cheering crowd.  Professor Darmer said that she thinks there’s little chance of new same-sex marriages getting nullified in the future.  “Take the courage you have

Professor Eastman Quoted on Same Sex Marriage

August 12, 2010 by | Faculty

The Seattle Times quoted Former Dean and Donald P. Kennedy Chair John Eastman in an article entitled, “California judge keeps gay weddings on hold – for now.”  Former Dean Eastman discussed the possibility of establishing standing for opponents to same-sex marriage. Regarding whether a higher court would agree with Judge Walker’s assessment of standing, Former

OC Register Published Professor Darmer’s Op-Ed

August 11, 2010 by | Faculty

The Orange County Register published Professor Katherine Darmer’s op-ed piece entitled, “M. Katherine Darmer: GOP candidates and Prop. 8,” examining the stances of Republican candidates Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina. Professor Darmer’s piece is critical of a law that might be based solely on the sentiments of the majority, and concerned about the candidates who

Wall Street Journal Quotes Professor Rotunda

August 5, 2010 by | Faculty

Professor Ronald Rotunda was quoted in an article in the Wall Street Journal entitled “Proposition 8 and the Law: Where Do We Go From Here?”   “The Supreme Court has not been unsympathetic to gay rights,” said Professor Rotunda. “But it hasn’t ever told us what the test is. So reasonable judges can go either way.”

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