Saturday, October 11, 2014
Recently, the Supreme Court decided not to issue writs of certiori in a group of same sex marriage cases coming to it from Federal Appeals Courts, a fact that surprised Supreme Court experts and dramatically changed the landscape in the marriage equality world. I have just finished listening to a fascinating hour long discussion of the implications of the High Court's decision that can be heard here. Two of the participants are lawyers in private practice with long experience litigating LGBT cases. The third is Professor Tobias Barrington Wolff of the University of Pennsylvania Law school, my son. I encourage interested readers to check it out.