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Monthly Archives: March 2012
In March 2005, the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association published a comprehensive paper on same-sex marriage and non-marital unions (the “Bar report”). I also found another helpful resource published in 2009 in the Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, … Continue reading
It is important in any form of competition to know your opponent. In sports, teams scout their opponents to assess their strengths and weaknesses. In the law, attorneys research the skills of their adversaries to know what they are up against. And … Continue reading
This post is courtesy of my daughter, Jordan Wade, who is teaching and finishing her masters degree this spring in American Studies at the University of Kansas. I asked her to add her expertise to this discussion, in order to take our thoughts in … Continue reading
There has been much debate about the NC marriage amendment and most of the focus has been on, yes, you guessed it, “marriage”. And yet, the marriage amendment is not just limited to a vote on who can get married. It … Continue reading
I visited Myers Park Baptist Church again today to listen to a guest speaker, UNC Professor of Law Maxine Eichner. She was there to discuss the legal issues associated with Amendment One. I have written about her work in the … Continue reading