As the Supreme Court recognized in Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) – the case confirming a Constitutional right to marriage for same-sex couples – the institutions of marriage and family are dynamic and evolving. For judges, lawyers, mediators, therapists, and other professionals interacting with LGBTQ persons and their families, accurate and current research on those families is crucial to making informed decisions about the people and cases in front of them. This webinar will examine the most up-to-date and peer-reviewed data on LGBTQ parenting. These data include demographics, family and parenting dynamics, the psychological, medical, and educational outcomes for children raised in these families, and the impact that legal, societal and community support can have on LGBTQ parents and their children.
Presenter: Todd Brower, JD, LLM is the Judicial Education Director for the Williams Institute on Sexual Orientation Law and Public Policy at UCLA School of Law. He is a professor of Constitutional Law at Western State College of Law in California, and is the Director of the Institute for Global Law and Policy there.
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Non-Member Registration: $50, Certificate of Attendance: $20
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