Month: April 2018

Are LGBT Families Different?

The National LGBT Bar Association is excited to begin a new blog series featuring members of the LGBT Family Law Institute. We are honored for our first post to feature a blog by Robin Fleischner, Attorney at Law.  Robin Fleischner, Esq. became an adoption attorney in 1986 as an outgrowth of adopting her two sons. […]

Berkeley Law Students Peacefully Protest the “Gay Blood Ban”

On April 5, law students Taylor Horn, David Nahmias, and Tyler Wolfe tabled to raise awareness of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) discriminatory ‘Gay Blood Ban’ at Berkeley Law’s first annual blood drive. The law students at Berkeley wrote the letter featured below and circulated it to all the faculty, staff, and students at […]

Meet Tiffany Palmer, LGBT Bar Member and LGBT Family Law Institute Director

Tiffany Palmer is an experienced family law attorney with a deep dedication to LGBT equality. These qualities led to her appointment last summer as Director of the LGBT Family Law Institute, a joint venture of the National LGBT Bar Association and the National Center for Lesbian Rights. Currently, in addition to volunteering as Director of […]

The LGBT Bar Launches Commit 2 Inclusion

  The National LGBT Bar Association is proud to launch our Commit 2 Inclusion campaign this month. Beginning today, we are circulating a petition to law schools around the nation, asking the legal education community to support diversity and inclusion and reject hate groups. The campaign recognizes that the rise of hate groups in our […]