Recent Practice Points

Three Principles to Stop Conflating: Choice of Law, Standing, and Transfer of Venue

By Kathryn Honecker and Mark E. Rooney – February 28, 2019 | A refresher on these separate concepts.

Colorado Breast-Baring Ordinance Likely Unconstitutional

By Sanford Hausler – February 20, 2019 | The Tenth Circuit upheld an injunction, which prohibits the City of Fort Collins, Colorado from enforcing an ordinance that prohibits women from baring their breasts, but not men.


The Shockingly Common Use of Non-Precedential Opinions in Sixth Circuit Taser Litigation

By Ahmed Bahgat – April 17, 2019 | A law student’s discovery.

Civil Rights Violations in Criminal Cases: A Meaningful Remedy?

By David Schoen – March 19, 2019 | There should be some consequence for outrageous misconduct that has been exposed.

Sound Advice Podcasts

Legal Implications of the #MeToo Movement

Elizabeth Saylor, employment law expert who has litigated many sexual harassment cases, discusses the legal effects of the #MeToo movement. (38:46 min.)

Getting a Job in Public Service

Lambda Legal attorney Nancy Marcus describes how her career path led her to Lambda Legal and provides advice for younger lawyers seeking jobs in public interest law. (09:37 min.)

Civil Rights Litigation

Learn how to get involved with the Civil Rights Litigation Committee and maximize your Section membership!