The Gaysayers? Recent Anti-LGBTQ+ and Other Social Legislation
Many are taking notice of the number of states introducing anti-LGBTQ, anti-transgender, and other social legislation.
Join Hinshaw and Cathryn Oakley, the state legislative director and senior counsel at the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), as she discusses the latest updates on state and local non-discrimination laws and anti-LGBTQ+ legislation.
This hybrid event allows you to participate in one of three ways:
- Join Cathryn Oakley in person in our New York office;
- Watch a simulcast in our Chicago office; or
- Participate virtually via Zoom.
We hope you will join us!
In her role at HRC, Cathryn Oakley is responsible for advising legislators and advocates working to enact laws that further LGBTQ equality. She focuses in particular on passing non-discrimination laws at the state and local levels and combating anti-LGBTQ legislation in state legislatures, including bills preventing municipalities from passing non-discrimination ordinances, bills that would give state agents the ability to deny service to LGBTQ people, and anti-transgender legislation that limits the ability of transgender people – including students – to access facilities in accordance with their gender identity.
This program is brought to you by Hinshaw Partners:
Attorneys may earn CLE credits by attending The Gaysayers? Recent Anti-LGBTQ+ and Other Social Legislation. All applications are currently pending. Please be aware that CLE credit hours are not guaranteed and may vary from state to state. More CLE information will be forthcoming once it is available.
Should you have any questions regarding CLE, please contact John Wynne, Hinshaw's Attorney Development and CLE Specialist.
Please contact Cheryl Winkowski.