Ari E. Waldman
Professor of Law and Computer Science; Faculty Director, Center for Law, Innovation and Creativity (CLIC) at Northeastern University
How has the movement for queer legal equality reckoned with sometimes conflicting questions of identity and litigation strategy? To what extent is queer identity front-and-center in impact litigation in the federal and state courts? Waldman's project is based on interviews with lawyers and plaintiffs, archival material, and trial transcripts. It leverages scholarship on respectability politics, the connection between law and public opinion, and political science.
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Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies
Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice
Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies