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The Seventies: A Breakthrough Decade for LGBT Rights
Join us for a conversation with lawyers and judges who came out in the 1970s and advocated for equal rights for LGBT people. The panel will also feature a discussion of nonbinary, transgender, and people of color who are continuing the legacy of LGBTQ+ activism in today's law schools.

+ Tom Coleman, consultant and speaker, Loyola Law School ’73
+ David Reichard, Professor, California State University Monterey Bay, Villanova University Law ’88
+ The Hon. Stephen Lachs, Judge (retired), Los Angeles County Superior Court, UCLA Law ’63
+ Mary Stevens, Support Corps, MoveOn.Org, Rutgers Law ’76
+ George Raya, LGBTQ activist, UC Berkeley Law and Thomas Jefferson Law ’80
+ The Hon. Phillis Frye, Associate Judge, City of Houston Municipal Courts, University of Houston Law ’81
+ Barbara Kritchevsky, Professor of Law, The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, Harvard Law ’80
+ Maria Reyes Olmedo, student, Loyola Law School, Class of 2023

Oct 11, 2022 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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