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0FacultyRosky, CliffordProfessorConstitutional Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Gender
0FacultyGeorge, ErikaProfessorBusiness, Constitutional Law, Corporate Law, Ethics, Gender, Human Rights, International Law, Race and Law
0FacultyKessler, LauraProfessorEmployment Discrimination, Family Law, Gender
0FacultyKogan, TerryProfessorContracts, Copyright, Gender, Patent, Trademark, Trusts and Estates

News and Events

Kogan publishes public bathroom history in The Conversation

S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Terry Kogan wrote a story in the May 26, 2016 edition of The Conversation titled, “How did public bathrooms get to be separated by sex in the first place?” Some argue that one solution to this impasse is to convert all public restrooms to unisex use, thereby eliminating the […]

Bloomberg quotes Kogan on gender-neutral bathrooms

S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Terry Kogan was quoted in a May 18, 2016 Bloomberg story titled, “Public Toilets From NYC to LA Get Gender-Neutral Design Overhaul.” The transgender factor will propel experimentation with more individual but equal spaces, says Terry Kogan, a professor at the College of Law at the University of Utah who studies […]

Kogan interviewed by Time magazine, Buzzfeed on history of gender-specific bathrooms

S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Terry Kogan was interviewed in the May 16, 2016 issue of Time magazine in a story titled, “Why Do We Have Men’s and Women’s Bathrooms Anyway?” “Social norms of the period dictated that the home was a woman’s place. Even as women entered the workplace, often in the new factories […]

Kogan interviewed by John Hockenberry for The Takeaway

S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Terry Kogan was interviewed by The Takeway in a segment titled, “The Sexist Origins of Gender-Segregated Bathrooms.” Kogan discusses the history of the public restroom and nineteenth century American reactions to women entering the workforce helped shape North Carolina’s controversial HB2 ordinance. North Carolina and the United States Department […]

Kogan quoted on history of gender-specific bathrooms

A May 2, 2016 story on timeline.com relied heavily on Professor Terry Kogan’s work on the legal history of gender-specific bathrooms. Kogan’s research has been in the spotlight since North Carolina became the first state to pass a law that required people to use segregated bathrooms based on the sex written on their birth certificate. … Gender […]

Kogan quoted in The Washington Post on new North Carolina law

S.J. Quinney College of Law professor Terry Kogan was quoted in the April 1, 2016 edition of The Washington Post in a story titled, “How the bathroom became a political battleground for civil rights.” North Carolina recently passed a law that requires transgender individuals to use the public restrooms that correlate with the gender listed on […]

George appears on ABC4 to discuss Migrant Women Project

Law professor Erika George appeared on ABC4 and KSL Radio this week in conjunction with the release of a new research report authored with students “Prevention and Protection Partnerships: Empowerment Through Rights Education,” which explores the vulnerabilities and barriers to access to legal services that migrant women face when trying to leave violent situations.  The report […]

Kogan Interviewed by The New York Times on Gender-Neutral Restrooms

November 16, 2015 – Professor Terry Kogan was interviewed by The New York Times about  gender-neutral restrooms in a story titled, “Making Bathrooms More Accommodating.” Read the complete story in The New York Times »

Baradaran Interviewed on Good4Utah About Same Sex Marriage Case

Shima Baradaran, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, was interviewed on June 9, 2015 on Good4Utah concerning the current status of same sex marriage in the Supreme Court. View the article here »

The Donation Ban on Gay Blood

By Travis Walker for the BiolawToday.org blog. Last December the Food and Drug Administration announced its intention to modify regulations for gay blood donors. Under the current rule, men who have had sex with other men since 1977 (MSM)[1] are barred for life from contributing blood in any form.[2] The new proposal would allow MSM […]