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Married on Sunday, fired on Monday: Law professor argues before Supreme Court in support of LGBTQ+ employment protections

Karlan’s oral argument was the first of the court’s new term. The case is a consolidation of two, Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia and Altitude Express Inc. v. Zarda, both of which address the fundamental question as to whether Title VII’s prohibition of discrimination based on a person’s sex also includes sexual orientation.

The Daily brief: June 14, 2010

Arctic-bound earth systems graduate Haley Smith Kingsland blogs… Pac-10 expansion?… Pamela Karlan “wouldn’t want to be up in front of this Supreme Court” for Prop. 8… Paul Craft on Robert Sinclair’s impact on Bing Overseas Studies… Stanford’s board of trustees considers “conflict mineral” resolution… Commencement speeches galore… Stanford news from around the Web, June 14, 2010.