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This course will provide an overview and analysis of Creative LLC v. Elenis, the most recent US Supreme Court case dealing with LGBTQ+ rights. In addition, this CLE will explore the broader applicability of Elenis as well its social impact and the issue of LGBTQ+ wellness.

Sponsored by the LGBTQ+ Section

FACULTY:

Bryan Wildenthal served as a senior or of the Stanford Law Review and clerked for Judge Frank M. Johnson Jr., U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit, and Chief Justice Michael F. Cavanagh of the Michigan Supreme Court. He practiced law with Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering (now WilmerHale) in Washington, D.C., and taught at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, before joining the Thomas Jefferson faculty in 1996.

He has published a textbook on Native American law and numerous articles in leading law reviews, most notably a series of major articles (including one cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2010) offering a sweeping reinterpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment and its application of the Bill of Rights to the states. His scholarly interests generally focus on constitutional law and history (including comparative constitutional law), federal courts and civil procedure, American Indian (Native American) law, and sexual identity law.

Kevin Kampschror (host) is the Partner with Shook & Stone for workers’ compensation. Kevin has been with Shook & Stone since 2014, when he initially started as a Social Security Disability Attorney. Prior to joining Shook & Stone, Kevin worked in criminal defense. Kevin and his team have developed and grown the workers’ compensation division to be one of the largest in the state of Nevada.

LBA Members: RSVP to cle@nvbar.org to register.

Details

12/07/2023 15:00:0012/07/2023 16:30:00America/Los_AngelesState Bar CLE: Creative LLC v. Elenis: What Next?This course will provide an overview and analysis of Creative LLC v. Elenis, the most recent US Supreme Court case dealing with LGBTQ+ rights. In addition, this CLE will explore the broader applicability of Elenis as well its social impact and the issue of LGBTQ+ wellness. Sponsored by the LGBTQ+ Section FACULTY: Bryan Wildenthal served as a senior or of the Stanford Law Review and clerked for Judge Frank M. Johnson Jr., U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit, and Chief Justice Michael F. Cavanagh of the Michigan Supreme Court. He practiced law with Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering (now WilmerHale) in Washington, D.C., and taught at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, before joining the Thomas Jefferson faculty in 1996. He has published a textbook on Native American law and numerous articles in leading law reviews, most notably a series of major articles (including one cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2010) offering a sweeping reinterpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment and its application of the Bill of Rights to the states. His scholarly interests generally focus on constitutional law and history (including comparative constitutional law), federal courts and civil procedure, American Indian (Native American) law, and sexual identity law. Kevin Kampschror (host) is the Partner with Shook & Stone for workers' compensation. Kevin has been with Shook & Stone since 2014, when he initially started as a Social Security Disability Attorney. Prior to joining Shook & Stone, Kevin worked in criminal defense. Kevin and his team have developed and grown the workers’ compensation division to be one of the largest in the state of Nevada. LBA Members: RSVP to cle@nvbar.org to register.Reno, NV
Event StartsEvent Ends
12/07/202312/07/2023
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3:00pm4:30pm

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