Diana Richmond on Hollingsworth v. Perry and U.S. v. Windsor: After Jubilation, What? (PDF)
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The U.S. Supreme Court removed two major barriers to marriage equality with its June 26, 2013 decisions in Hollingsworth v. Perry and U.S. v. Windsor. California certified family law specialist Diana Richmond discusses these decisions and their implications.
Diana Richmond, a California certified family law specialist, is a partner at Sideman & Bancroft LLP in San Francisco. She is a co-editor of Kirkland, Lurvey, Richmond & Wagner, California Family Law Practice & Procedure (LexisNexis) and a contributing editor to California Family Law Monthly (LexisNexis). She has authored or co-authored amicus briefs in support of the right to marry for same sex couples in Maryland, California (The Marriage Cases), and Iowa, and in Hollingsworth v. Perry at the District Court, Ninth Circuit, and Supreme Court levels.
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