These studies cover a range of publications concerning LGBT issues. They are often sociological and are very interesting, informative and helpful.

Justice Kennedy’s “Gay Agenda”: RomerLawrence, and the Struggle for Marriage Equality (Lawrence Levine, McGeorge Law Review Symposium, 2013)

Safe Schools Brief Bank
The Safe Schools Brief Bank addresses anti-gay bullying in schools by combining the legal aspects of school policies, the current status of federal legislation, recommendations for case litigation and resources to cope with school bullying. Its purpose is to inform, educate and inspire lawyers and other legal professionals working in this area of law.

Sustaining Pathways to Diversity – The New Paradigm of LGBT Inclusion: A Recommended Resource for Law Firms (Minority Corporate Counsel Association, 2010)

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues (Bar Association of San Francisco, 2007)

Making Progress:  How New York’s Top Twenty-Five Law Firms Address Issues of Concern to the LGBT Community (New York County Lawyer’s Association, 2005)

Minority Student Attitudes (Thelen Reid Brown Raysman & Steiner LLP, 2005)

Sexual Orientation Task Force Project (District of Columbia Bar, 1997)

Employment Policies for Gay and Lesbian Attorneys (Bar Association of San Francisco, 1996)

Experience of Lesbian and Gay Law Students in the New York Metropolitan Area Law Schools (Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1996)

Lambda Legal Letter RE: Sexual Orientation Bias (Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc. 1996)

In Pursuit of Equality (King County Bar Association, 1995)

Legal Employers’ Barriers to Advancement and to Economic Equality Based Upon Sexual Orientation (Hennepin County Bar Association, 1995)

Sexual Orientation Bias (Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1995)

Presence of Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the Legal Profession in Massachusetts (Massachusetts Lesbian and Gay Bar Association, 1994)

Sexual Orientation Bias (Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1994)

Experience of Lesbians and Gay Men in the Legal Profession (Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1993)

Creating an Environment Conducive to Diversity: A Guide for Legal Employers on Eliminating Sexual Orientation Discrimination (Bar Association of San Francisco, 1991)