Professor Margaret Drew's recent piece on the Human Rights At Home Blog, on the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision to allow a temporary stay in Gloucester County v. G.G., was featured by Amy Howe on SCOTUS Blog's round-up column. The Supreme Court in Gloucester County v. G.G. granted a temporary stay of a lower court's order to allow a male transgender high school student to use the boys' restroom in a Virginia public high school.
Drew cited on SCOTUS Blog
A blog post by Professor Margaret Drew was cited on SCOTUS Blog.
By School of Law // August 9, 2016
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