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Rutgers Law Professor Katie Eyer Instrumental in Forming Legal Strategy in U.S. Supreme Court Ruling that Civil Rights Law Protects Gay and Transgender Workers

Rutgers Law Professor Katie Eyer Instrumental in Forming Legal Strategy in U.S. Supreme Court Ruling that Civil Rights Law Protects Gay and Transgender Workers

Eyer has won precedent-setting cases protecting the rights of LGBTQ employees.

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Supreme Courts Cite Rutgers Law Professor

Supreme Courts Cite Rutgers Law Professor

The United States Supreme Court has cited Rutgers–Camden law professor Steven Friedell, and sided with his amicus brief, in its decision on a case involving a Florida man’s floating home. Referencing Friedell’s treatise on admiralty jurisdiction, the court issued a key maritime decision dealing with the definition of a vessel. It clarified the difference between […]

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