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News Posted on May 3, 2011

Professor Joslin Receives Dukeminier Award

Courtney Joslin has received a 2011 Dukeminier Award for her article, "Protecting Children(?): Marriage, Gender, and Assisted Reproductive Technology," which was published in the Southern California Law Review last year.  The Dukeminier Awards are awarded by the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law to recognize and distribute the best articles published each year on sexual orientation and gender identity law.  The article will be republished in Volume 10 of The Dukeminier Awards, and Professor Joslin will receive an award of $1,000.  

Professor Joslin is a scholar in the field of family and relationship recognition, with a particular focus on same-sex and non-marital couples. The article, "Protecting Children(?): Marriage, Gender, and Assisted Reproductive Technology," can be accessed here.