A Place to Stay

Y2Y A Place to Stay (HLBSP2016)

Harvard Law students provide legal referrals to outside agencies and other services at Y2Y—the new shelter in Harvard Square for homeless youth aged 18-24 staffed by young people about the same age.

A conversation with HLS Lambda’s John Dey ’14 and Shane Hunt ’15


‘We are always working for greater inclusion’ HLS Lambda Co-presidents John Dey ’14 and Shane Hunt ’15 on what they owe their predecessors and where the movement is going Thirty-five years after José Gómez ’81 founded the Committee on Gay Legal Issues at Harvard Law School, or COGLI, the campus welcomed a slate of lesbian, […]

GLAD’s Bonauto assesses litigation of the Defense of Marriage Act

At “Challenging and Litigating DOMA’s Constitutionality”— an event that was co-sponsored by the Harvard Law School American Constitution Society, Lambda, and the Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Journal—Mary Bonauto, the Civil Rights Project Director at Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD), spoke about litigating the Defense of Marriage Act in federal courts in the wake of the Department of Justice’s recent decision to stop defending the law.