As the 40th anniversary of the first AIDS cases in the US approaches next year (June 2021), HIV lawyers and policy advocates discuss the progress achieved in protecting the rights of people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, where those rights may be threatened today, and how best to secure them for the future.
- Courtney K. Cross, Assistant Professor of Clinical Legal Instruction, University of Alabama School of Law; Director, Domestic Violence Law Clinic, University of Alabama School of Law
- Scott Schoettes, Counsel and HIV Project Director, Lambda Legal
- Brad Sears, Associate Dean of Public Interest Law, UCLA School of Law; Interim Executive Director & David Sanders Distinguished Scholar of Law & Policy, The Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law
- Margaret Drew, Chair, ABA HIV/AIDS Impact Project; Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts School of Law
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