On Thursday, January 6, Clifford Rosky, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, will be participating in a panel on same-sex marriage at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Law Schools in San Francisco. The panel is titled, “Perry and Beyond: The Constitutionalization of Family Law?,” and Professor Rosky’s paper is titled, After Perry: New Frontiers in Same-Sex Marriage Law.” A previous draft of Professor Rosky’s paper is available here.
Other participants on the panel will include Professor Mary Anne Case (Chicago), Professor David Cruz (USC), and Shannon Minter, the Legal Director of the National Center for Lesbian Rights, who argued the same-sex marriage cases before the California Supreme Court. The panel is one of four panels being presented in an all-day workshop at the AALS Conference, “Workshop on Changing Society, Changing Laws: Conflicts Over Sexuality and the Evolving American Family.”
The AALS is a non-profit educational association of 171 law schools representing over 10,000 law faculty in the United States.