Nancy Marcus, LL.M., S.J.D., is a professor at California Western School of Law, where she teaches courses including a seminar on Sexuality, Gender Identity and the Law, and is a former Lambda Legal attorney. She earned her advanced law degrees at the University of Wisconsin Law School with a dissertation on the constitutional rights of LGBTQ people, while simultaneously clerking for the Wisconsin Court of Appeals and Wisconsin Supreme Court. She is the author of a number of widely cited law review articles about LGBTQ rights and bisexual erasure, as well as transformative legal articles on racial justice and police reform, and on access to the courts in a tort law context. She is the “Legally Bi” columnist for bi.org and one of the founders of BiLaw, the national organization of bisexual lawyers, law students, and their allies. She has served in leadership positions in various LGBTQ organizations over the years. She has also worked as an out bisexual litigator at plaintiff’s side firms engaging in a broad range of practice areas over the years, and as a policy advocate in Washington, D.C., where her work included serving as the State Public Policy Director for the National Abortion Federation, as well as working for the Alliance for Justice and for the American Association of Justice (then “ATLA”). She began her legal career as a legal aid lawyer in Ohio and now happily resides in southern California.