Month: October 2018

Candelario Saldana

Candelario Saldana, a high achieving student at the University of Miami School of Law, is active in the National LGBT Bar Association and his school’s LGBTQ+ student organization, OUTLaw. However, for Candelario, a career in law was never a guarantee. After graduating with a B.A. in Political Science and a B.A. in Gender Studies from […]

Jason Burch

LGBT Bar Board Member Jason Burch didn’t always plan on practicing law. “I was originally a professional baseball player,” he says. “When I got injured I started considering other things to do and chose policy and government. That sparked my interest in law, especially public law.” In exploring new opportunities, Jason benefitted from the connections […]

But, I’m on the Birth Certificate!

But, I’m on the Birth Certificate!  Why a Birth Certificate Alone Is Not Sufficient Protection for Your Legal Parentage Rights We hope you enjoy this latest installment of the LGBT Family Law Institute’s Blog. This piece is written by Amira Hasenbush, an attorney and member of the LGBT Family Law Institute.  A common misconception among LGBT parents […]