Professors Brownstein, Joslin Speak at USF Symposium
Professors Alan E. Brownstein and Courtney Joslin participated in the University of San Francisco Law Review's 2010 Spring Symposium on "The Future of Same-Sex Marriage" at USF on February 26. Professor Brownstein took part in a panel discussion on "Exercising Religion: Considering the intersection of religion and anti-discrimination law in the context of same-sex marriage." Professor Joslin participated in a panel discussion of "Protecting Families: Examining the emerging focus on questions about parenting children and securing families."
Professor Brownstein, a nationally recognized Constitutional Law scholar, teaches Constitutional Law, Law and Religion, and Torts at UC Davis School of Law, where he holds the Boochever and Bird Endowed Chair for the Study and Teaching of Freedom and Equality.
Professor Joslin is a scholar in the field of family and relationship recognition, with a particular focus on same-sex and non-marital couples.