Watch the Webinar: The 40th Anniversary of Custody Rights of Lesbian Mothers: Legal Theory and Litigation Strategy
Forty years ago, the landmark article Custody Rights of Lesbian Mothers: Legal Theory and Litigation Strategy by Nancy Polikoff and Nan D. Hunter was published in the Buffalo Law Review.
The article informed parenting rights for LGBT people.
We revisit the article, speaking with its authors and examining its impact over the last four decades.
Doug NeJaime is the Williams Institute’s Faculty Director and Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law. He is currently the Martin R. Flug Visiting Professor of Law at Yale Law School.
Nancy Polikoff is a Professor of Law at the American University Washington College of Law.
Nan D. Hunter is a Professor of Law at Georgetown Law.
Courtney G. Joslin is a Professor of Law at UC Davis School of Law.
Kim Hai Pearson is the Associate Dean for Faculty Research & Development and an
Associate Law Professor at Gonzaga University School of Law.