16 Jan Genderless Marriage, Institutional Realities, and Judicial Elision
Posted at 16:32h in Family Policy Resource Center, Gender/Transgender, Marriage: Classic Marriage Resources
Originally published in the Duke University Law Journal, this article is especially valuable because it identifies, examines and thoroughly refutes each of the arguments commonly made by those advocating legalization of same-sex marriage. The author, Monte Stewart, is an internationally recognized scholar on marriage law and policy. He clerked for the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, has served as a U.S. Attorney, taught law and been appointed a Special Assistant State Attorney General.