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  • Civil Unions for Same-Sex Couples in the State of New Jersey

    On October 25, 2006, in Lewis v. Harris, Lambda Legal won a declaration from the New Jersey Supreme Court that barring same-sex couples from the rights and benefits of marriage violated the constitutional promise of equality.

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  • Impact Magazine Winter 2007

    "Impact Magazine Winter 2007" cover

    In your hand, dear reader, you hold the first issue of Lambda Legal’s Impact magazine. Like the Lambda Legal Update, which it’s replacing, Impact will be published three times a year. It will also feature the same frontline analysis of Lambda Legal’s cases as well as in-depth coverage of our educational efforts and public advocacy campaigns. But that’s where the similarities end.

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  • Out At Work

    More and more LGBT people are coming out at work. No matter where you work or what you do, you'll feel more secure in your job if you know your rights. For more than three decades, workplace equality has been a top priority for Lambda Legal. We have created this tool kit to give you the information you need to help guide you through your work life.

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  • Immigration Fact-Sheet

    UPDATE: Following the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision ruling Section 3 of the so-called Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional, the U.S.

  • Youth in the Margins

    A Report on the unmet needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender adolescents in foster care

  • Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund Opposes the Death Penalty as an Irreversible and Harsh Misuse of Government Power

    An awareness of the fallibility of the legal system and the effects of bias on the courts has led Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund to oppose the death penalty as an irreversible and harsh misuse of government power.

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  • FAQ for South Carolina Couples Who Wish to Apply for a Marriage License

    Couples in South Carolina have been waiting a long time to marry and, based on the actions of state officials, have been forced to wait longer than couples who live in the other states in the Fourth Circuit. Because we know that these changes can be confusing, it is likely many families will have questions about what it all means.

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  • The Supreme Court Ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act: What It Means

    The Supreme Court’s historic ruling striking down Section 3 of the discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is an enormous victory for loving, married couples and their families, and affirms that they deserve equal treatment under the law. This victory demonstrates the importance of access to marriage, and gives married same-sex couples access to the tangible benefits of the federal safety net, allowing them to better protect one another and their children.

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  • After DOMA: Family & Medical Leave Act for Non-Federal Employees

    The Department of Labor has issued additional guidance post-Windsor on the Family and Medical Leave Act. See Fact Sheet #28F: "Qualifying Reasons for Leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act."

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  • After DOMA: Military Spousal Benefits

    The Department of Defense has issued information on implementation of the Windsor decision for same-sex military spouses.

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