The University of Miami School of Law is hosting a lecture series exploring the legal and practical implications of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions regarding marriage equality.
The series began on January 22 and its final lecture will take place April 9. All lectures in the series take place on Wednesdays, at the Faculty Meeting Room in the UM Law Library, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Sarah Tobocman, leader of Gunster’s immigration law practice, will moderate the April 2 session: Immigration: inbound and outbound LGBT couples and families traveling abroad – duties of the U.S.
Gunster immigration attorney Mariana Ribeiro will be a panelist, along with Luis Font, an attorney with Font Law Group, and UM law professor Becky Sharpless.
For more information, email email@example.com or visit the Marriage Equality Series event page online: Practical implications for a post-DOMA landscape (University of Miami School of Law)