That’s the title of a symposium to be held this Friday at the University of San Francisco School of Law.
Panels will address empirical data on the effects of recognizing (or refusing to recognize) same-sex marriage, the ongoing federal Prop 8 litigation, the role of social movements in reforming marriage, and claims of conflict between same-sex marriage and religious freedom. I’ll be speaking on the last of these panels, to be held in the afternoon. There’s also a keynote address at lunch by the estimable San Francisco Chief Deputy City Attorney, Therese Stewart.
Up to six MCLE credits are available for attendance. You can register for the conference here.