ICTLEP

THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON 
TRANSGENDER LAW AND 
EMPLOYMENT POLICY, INC.

aka The Transgender Law Conference

INDEX OF PROCEEDINGS I - V 
(Dec 96)

ICTLEP has held six annual conferences (with continuing legal education credits) dealing with issues of transgender law and employment policy. Each year (except year six) many of the reports and presentations are transcribed by court reporters and are published along with other relevant documents to become that year’s printed and bound Proceedings book.

These are "THE" REFERENCE BOOKS to begin serious study of transgender legal issues and of progressive strategies for legal changes!

The Proceedings books are available for sale. PO. Box 1010, Cooperstown, NT 13326

Individual pages or customized selections may also be ordered and mailed.


AIDS in Transgender Community and High-Risk Behavior

  • "High-Risk Project Update", IVpp125-127

Areas of Transgender Law, Reports from

  • Anti-Discrimination Law Project Report 1992, Ipp276-282; also findings and recommendations leading to adoption of San Francisco ordinance, IIIppM-1thru22; also Discrimination case studies, IVppI-1thru17
  • Criminal Law Project Report 1992, Ipp283-294; IIIp104
  • Documentation Law Project Report 1993, IIpp76-80, A2-1thru4; 1994, IIIpp104, 119-135, G-1thru32; 1995, IVpp141-162, H-1thru24
  • Education in Transgender Issues Project Report 1993, IIpp83-88
  • Employment Law Project Report 1992, Ipp185-204; 1993, IIpp116-125, A6-1thru10; 1994, IIIpp59-70, 104-106; 1995, IVpp71-78(6) and E-1thru25
  • Family Law Project Report 1992, Ipp295-323; 1993, IIpp142-150, A10-1thru4; 1994, IIIpp86-87, 105
  • FTM Workshop Report, 1996, Vpp57-63
  • Health Law Project Report 1992, Ipp244-275; 1993, IIpp101-107, A5-1thru16 and reprinted IVppC-1thru13; 1994, IIIpp107-117; 1995, IVppiv-vii; 1996, Vpp71-75
  • Housing Law Project Report 1992, Ipp138-149
  • Imprisonment Law Project Report 1993, IIpp3, 134-141; 1994, IIIpp83-86; 1995, IVpp136-139
  • Insurance Law Project Report 1992, Ipp150-159, 267-268; 1993 IIpp126-133; 1994, IIIppF-1thru12; 1995, IVpp121-125; 1996, Vpp71-75
  • International Bill of Gender Rights Project Report 1993, IIpp6-7, 151-156, A12-1thru4; 1994, IIIpp2-3, 78-83; 1995, IVppviii-xi, 70-85
  • International Report, 1996 including European Community, Italy, Turkey, the Balkan States, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, Namibia, Canada, South Africa, Brazil, India, Singapore, China, Japan, Egypt. Vpp39-45
  • Intervention Law Project Report 1993, IIpp90-96; IIIpp103-106
  • Military Law Project Report 1992, Ipp115-133; 1993, IIpp96-100; Survey, IIppA4-1thru4; 1994, IIIpp75-78; 1995, IVpp87-94
  • People of Color Report 1996, Vpp65-70
  • Probate Law & Civil Commitment Project Report 1992, Ipp161-173; IIIpp103-106

Award Winners: ICTLEP’s Recognition of Legal Advocates, Pioneers and Champions

  • Transgender Advocate (tg or non-tg, atty effecting tg legal changes)
  • 1st: 1994, Connie Moore (r), "Challenging the System, Honestly and Out!", IIIpp150-154

  • 2nd: 1995, Shelly Salieri (on audio tape)
  • 3rd: 1996, Stephen Whittle, Vpp39-45

  • Transgender Champion (non-tg, non-atty, effecting tg legal changes)
  • 1st: 1995, Raymond Wayne Hill (c) (on audio tape)

  • Transgender Pioneer (tg, non-atty, effecting tg legal changes)
  • 1st: 1994, Cissy G. Conley, "A Successful Transistion with the US Air Force Civil Service", IIIpp54-58
  • 2nd: 1995, Jane Fee (l), "Minnesota: The First State to Enact Legislation That Explicitly Protects the Transgendered From Discrimination", IIIpp14-21

  • 3rd: 1995, Jamison Green (on audio tape)

  • 4th: 1996, Sarah DePalma (r)

  • 5th: 1996, Jessica M. Xavier

Bill of Gender Rights, The International; 1993, IIpp6-7, 151-156; 1994, IIIpp2-3, 78-83; 1995, IVppviii-xi, 70-85; 1996, Vpp5-9

Book Citations and References:

  • The Apartheid of Sex, (Martine Rothblatt) IIIp107-117; Ivpp33-41
  • The Bell Curve, IVpp39
  • Bodyshock: The Truth About Changing Sex, Ip257
  • Hitler’s Justice, The Courts of the Third Reich, Ip64
  • The Men with the Pink Triangle, IIppA1-1
  • "Self-Transformability", 65S.Cal.L.Rev.121,165 (1991), (Ron Garrot) Ip271; IIpp175-182
  • Stone Butch Blues, and Transgender Liberation, (Leslie Feinberg) IIp66
  • Transgender Nation, (Gordene MacKenzie) IIIp92
  • The Transsexual Empire, (Joan Raymond) IVpp22-33
  • Transvestism, Transsexualism and the Law (Stephen Whittle, England, cover page and table of contents only), IIIppK-18-20; IVpp22-33

Case Law Citations: A Starting Point For Transgender Legal Research

  • Abston v Levi Strauss & Co., 683F.Supp.152 (E.D.Tex. 1987), Ip91
  • Adoption of B.L.V.B v E.L.V.B (full text) IIppA11-1thru12
  • Aiello v United Air Lines, 818F.2d.1196 (5thCir. 1987), Ip90
  • Anonymous v Anonymous, 67Misd2d.982 (NY 1971), Ip312
  • Anonymous v Weiner, 50Misc2d.380 (NY 1966), Ip311; IVppA-5
  • B. V B., 78Misc2d.112 (NY 1974), Ip312
  • Baker v Baker, CauseNo.92-B0410,300thJudicialDistrictCourt, BrazoriaCounty, Texas, Ip313; Pleading Ipp319-323
  • Baker v Wade, 553F.Supp.1121 (N.D.Tex. 1982), Ip84
  • Barnett v Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, 1994WL400819 (9thCir. 1994), IIIppF-6thru7; IVp124
  • Ben-Shalom v Marsh, 881F.2d.454 (7thCir. 1989), Ip77
  • Berry v Doctor’s Health Facilities, 715SW2d.60 (Tex.App.-Dallas 1986), Ip90
  • Blackwell v Treasury Dept, 830F.2d.1183 (1987), Ip206; IIppA6-2
  • Boland v King County Medical Blue Shield, 798F.Supp.638 (WA 1992), IIIpF-7
  • Bowers v Hardwick, 478U.S.186 (1986), Ip73
  • Breen v Kahl, 419F2d.1034 (7thCir. 1969), Ip292
  • C & D (falsely called C), FLC90-636 (Austl. 1979), Ip312
  • Christian v Randall, 516P2d.132 (CO 1973), Ip314
  • Cisek v Cisek, 1982WL6161 (OH App 1982), Ip314
  • City of Chicago v Wallace Willson, et.al., 389NE2d.522 (1978), Ip287
  • City of Cincinnati v Adams, 330NE2d.463 (1974), Ip287
  • City of Columbus v Zanders, 266NE2d.602 (1970), Ipp286, 288
  • City of Houston v Raymond Wayne Hill, 107 S.Ct.2502, Ipp47-57
  • Collins v Secretary of the Commonwealth, 556NE2d.348 (Mass. 1990), Ip99
  • Columbus v Rogers, 324NE2d.563 (1975), Ip288
  • Corbett v Corbett, 2All E.R.33, 1970, Ipp251, 312; IVppA-7thru14
  • Cowan v Myers, 232Cal.Rptr.299 (1987), IIIpF-8
  • D.C. and M.S. v City of St. Louis, Missouri, 795F2d. 562 (8thCir. 1986), Ip288
  • Daly v Daly, 715P2d.56 (Nev 1986), Ip313
  • Davidson v Aetna Life & Casualty, 101Misc2d.1, 1979, Ip256
  • Dean v Ford Motor Credit Co., 885F.2d.300 (5thCir. 1989), Ip93
  • Doe v Department of Public Welfare, 257NW2d.816,818 (Minn. 1977), Ip254
  • Doe v McConn, 489F.Supp.76 (S.D.Tex. 1980), Ip288
  • Doe v State of Minnesota, 257NW2d.816 (1977) IIIpF-2thru3
  • Doe v USPS, 37FEP Cases1867 (D.C.DC 1985), Ip206; IippA6-2; IVppE-4thru5, 10thru15
  • Dronenburg v Zech, 741F.2d.1388,1398 (D.C.Cir.1984), Ip74
  • East Line & R.R.R. Co. V Scott, 72Tex.70, 10SW2d.99 (1888), Ip88
  • Fiorenza v First City Bank Central, 710F.Supp.1104 (E.D.Tex. 1988), Ip94
  • Griswold v Connecticutt, 381US479 (1965), Ip293
  • Grossman v Bernards Township Board of Education 538F.2d.319 (3rdCir.1976), Ip205; IIppA6-2
  • High Tech Gays v Defense Industrial Security Clearance Office, 668F.Supp.1361,1368 (N.D.Cal. 1987), Ip78
  • Holloway v Arthur Anderson and Company, 566F.2d.659 (9thCir.1977), Ipp205, 247; IippA6-6; IVpE-4
  • In re Darnell, 619P2d.1349 (OR 1980), Ip313
  • In re Ladrach, 32Ohio Misc2d.6 (1987), Ip313
  • In re Marriage of C. And D., 35F.L.R.340 (Austl. 1979)
  • In re T.J., 1988WL8302 (MinnApp 1988), Ip314
  • In the Matter of Anonymous, 57Misc2d.813,815, 1968, Ip248
  • Jacob v Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oregon, 92Or.App259 (1988), IIIpF-8
  • Jane Doe v Boeing, 823P2d.1159 (WA 1992), IIpp120-121, A6-4; IVppE-17thru18
  • Jantz v Muci, 769F.Supp.1543 (D.Kan. 1991), Ip80
  • Joachim v AT&T Information Systems, 793F2d.113 (5thCir. 1986), Ip90
  • Johnson v District 2 Marine Engineers, 857F2d.514 (_thCir. 1988), IIIpF-8
  • Johnson v Ford Motor Co., 690SW2d.90 (Tex.App.-Eastland 1985), Ip91
  • Johnston v Del Mar Distributing Co., 776SW2d.768 (Tex.App.-CorpusChristi, 1989), Ip95
  • Jones v Laborers Health & Welfare Fund, 906F2d.480 (9thCir. 1990) IIIppF-7thry8
  • K. v Jealth Division, 560P2d.1070 (OR 1977), Ip311
  • Kelly v Johnson, 425US238 (1976), Ip292
  • Kirkpatrick v Seligman & Latz, Inc., 475F.Supp.145 (M.D.Florida 1979), Ip206,250,258; IIppA6-2
  • Loring v Virginia, 388US1 (1967), Ip269
  • M.T. v J.T., 355A2d.204 (NJ 1976), Ipp302, 312-313; IVppA-9thru14
  • Madsen v Erwin, 481NE2d.1160 (Mass. 1985), Ip98
  • Marty Phillips v Michigan Department of Corrections, 731F.Supp.792,796 (W.D.Mich. 1990), Ip257
  • McClendon v Ingersoll-Rand Co., 779SW2d.69,70 (Tex. 1989), Ip92
  • Morales v State, No.461,898 (Dist.Ct.Travis Cnty, 200th Judicial Dist.Texas, 15MR1991), Ip85
  • P. v S. And Cornwall County Council, Court of Justice of the Eurpoean Communities, Legal Opinion of Advocate General, Case C-13/94, VppF1-20
  • Padula v Webster, 822F.2d.97 (D.C.Cir.1987), Ip74
  • People v Simmons, 70Misc2d.249 (1974)
  • Pinneke v Preisser, 623F2d.546 (8thCir. 1980), IIIppF-4thru5; IVpp123-124
  • R. V Harris & McGinnis, 35 A Crim R 146 (Austl. 1988), Ip312
  • Regina v Tan, ___Q.B.1053 (C.A. 1983), Ip312
  • Rees v United Kingdom, 7Eur.Ct.H.R.429 (1985), Ip311
  • Reynolds Manufacturing Co. V Mendoza, 644SW2d.536 (Tex.App-CorpusChristi, 1982), Ip89
  • Richards v United States Tennis Association, 93Misc2d.713, 1977, Ip249, Ip256
  • Roe v Wade, 410US113 (1973), Ip293
  • Rush v Johnson, 565F.Supp856 (GA 1983), IIIpF-3thru4
  • Rush v Parham, 440F.Supp.383,391n.14 (GA 1977), Ip256; IIIpF-3thru4
  • Sabine Pilot Service, Inc. v Hauk, 687SW2d.733 (Tex. 1985), Ip95
  • Scott, Dred Scott, _____________, Ip65
  • Smith v City of Jacksonville Correctional Institution (full text of decision), IippA9-1thru34; IVppE-18thru19
  • Sommers v Budget Marketing, Inc., 667F.2d.748 (8thCir.1982), Ip205, Ip248; IIppA6-1; IVppE-6thru8, 16
  • Sommers v Iowa Civil Rights Commission, 337NW2d.470 (8thCir. 1983) Ip___; IIpA6-2; IVppE-15thru16
  • Sterner v Marathon Oil Company, 767SW2d.686 (Tex. 1989), Ip94
  • Ulane v Eastern Airlines, Inc., 742F.2d.1081 (7thCir. 1984), Ip205,247,262; IIpp164-166, A6-1; IVpE-6
  • Underwood v Archer Management Services, Inc., 857F.Supp96 (DC Cir. 1994), IVppe-16thru17
  • Watkins v United States Army, 875F.2d.699,711 (9thCir. 1989), Ip75,259
  • Webster v Doe, 486U.S.592,601 (1988), Ip79
  • Woodward v United States, 871F.2d.1068 (Fed.Cir. 1989), Ip77

Census, A Transgender: An Estimate of How Many Transgenders There Are

  • Martine Aliana Rothblatt, "The Headcount: A Transgender Census", IIpp109-111

Children and Students Who Are Dealing With Their Being Transgendered

  • "GID and the Transgender Movement", including Joint Statement; GID in Children; Policy on Youth; Isolation, Harrassment and Violence against Youth; VppA1-25
  • "PFLAG, T-SON and TGS-PFLAG", a collection of handouts, VppG-1thru11
  • Resource Persons for Transgendered Youth, Vpp55-56
  • Students Rights Update, IVpp94-98
  • Youth Sex and Gender Education, Vpp54-55

Closets, Success Stories in Coming Out of the Closet at Work and Elsewhere

  • Cissy G. Conley, "A Successful Transistion with the US Air Force Civil Service", IIIpp54-58
  • Conference Marquee, Ip326, IIp52, III(inside front cover)
  • "About Joann Conti and Karen Ulane"’ IIpp164-166
  • Phyllis Randolph Frye, as a lawyer, I-pp9-11; Iipp55, 113-116, 172; IIIpp24-25
  • April Renee Lauper, as an engineer, Ipp229-233
  • Connie Moore, "Challenging the System, Honestly and Out!", IIIpp150-154
  • Martine Aliana Rothblatt, in satellite communications industry, IIpp54-55; "Successful Transition in the Aerospace Engineering Industry", IIIpp43-46; "Is He or Isn’t She", IIIppB-1thru7
  • Daniel J Shea, "Civic Virtue: When in Doubt, Disclose!", IIpp55-58
  • Laura Elizabeth Skaer, in oil & gas industry, Ipp234-235; "Laura, It’s Okay, We Know Why", IIpp27-29, A6-7; "Successful and Open Transition Within Oil and Gas Industry", IIIpp7-9; "What Can One Person Do? What Can You Do?" IIIpp9-14&21-22
  • Sharon Ann Stuart / Thomas R. Heitz, "Not a Coming Out Story; But Instead, My Actual Coming Out", IIIpp142-150
  • Melinda Marie Whiteway in personal injury law area, "Perhaps We Are at the End of the Beginning of our Freedom", IIIpp39-41
  • Jessica M. Xavier, "Goals, Strategies, Funding and Grassroots Organization and a Tip for Those Who Remain Closeted", IIIpp25-30

Coalition Building with the Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Communities

  • "A Network Explanation of the Transgender Movement in Relation to the Homosexual Rights Movement", IIIppH-1thru14
  • "Building Bridges with the Gay and Lesbian Communities", Ivpp48-69
  • Discrimination case studies, IVppI-1thru17
  • "Feminist Parallels With the Transgender Movement", Vpp19-27
  • "Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Veterans of America", IVpp93-94
  • "Getting Possessive About the Term ‘Lesbian’ ", Vpp85-92
  • "High-Risk Project Update", IVpp125-127
  • "If ENDA Had Been TG Inclusive, It Would Have Passed the US Senate Vote", Vpp17-18
  • International Gay and Lesbian Conference: Helsinki, A Report On", IVpp85-87, G-1thru6
  • National Lesbian and Gay Law Association, Unanimous Resolution from Board, IIIpL-1thru2
  • People of Color Report 1996, Vpp65-70
  • San Francisco Human Rights Commission Findings and Recommendations on Discrimination against Transgendered People, IIIppM-1thru22

Continuing Legal Education Notification Letters: Ip8, IIp1, IIIp1, IVpiii, Vpxiii

Cross-dressing Laws, The Criminality of Wearing Clothing

Declaration of Gender Liberty, The 1996, Vpp1-4

Definitions of Sex and Gender and similar topics

  • "The Apartheid of Sex", IVpp33-41
  • Court of Justice of the European Communities, Legal Opinion, VppF1-20
  • "Freedom From the HAVE-TO of the Scalpel", Vpp29-38
  • From Eugenics to the New Biology: The Impact of Science on the Law’s Intimate Relationship with Gays and Lesbians, IIppA1-1thru20
  • FTM Workshop Report, 1996, Vpp57-63
  • Gender Bipolarity Kills, and Sex is Not the Same as Gender, IIIpp92-96
  • Gender Non-Conformity and the Law: A "Crying Game" in More Ways Than One, IIppA3-1thru10
  • "Getting Possessive About the Term ‘Lesbian’ ", Vpp85-92
  • "Insurance, The DSM, a New Tort, Gatekeepers, No Divorce, Apartheid of Sex, Violence, and the Non-Op Option", IIIpp107-117
  • "International Aspects of Human Genome Research", IIIppK-2thru15
  • "The Large ‘n’, Non-Clinical Surveys of Boulton & Park Society", (n=934) IIIppD-1thru17
  • "Legal Aspects of Transgendered Behavior", IVpp1-5
  • "A Legal Path of Androgeny", IVppD-1thru10
  • "Legal Responses to Transsexualism: Scientific Logic Versus Compassionate Flexibility in the U.S. and the U.K.", IVppA-1thru16
  • "M" or "F", from Family Law Project Report 1993, IIpp143-144
  • "Non-Operative TS: Clitoral Hypertrophy", IIpp107-109
  • "Philosophy and How-To’s of Documentation Changes", IIIpp119-135
  • "Respecting Choice: Genital Surgery as an Option", IVpp8-17
  • Sex or Gender, Ipp247-253,263-264; IIpp5; IIpp148-149
  • Self-Definition: Taking the Next Step, Iipp58-60
  • "Self-Transformability", 65S.Cal.L.Rev.121,165 (1991), Ip271; IIpp175-182
  • San Francisco Human Rights Commission Findings and Recommendations on Discrimination against Transgendered People, IIIppM-1thru22
  • Transsexual and Transgender, Ipp254-258
  • "Unisexuality: The Wave of the Future", IIIppE-1thru6

Documents, Name Change, Birth Certificate, Passport, Social Security, others

  • A Bill to Be Entitled (draft still working through Texas Legislature, concerning name and gender change) 1993, IIAPP10-3thru4
  • Discrimination case studies, IVppI-1thru17
  • Documentation Law Project Report 1993, IIpp76-80, A2-1thru4; 1994, IIIpp104, 119-135, G-1thru32; 1995, IVpp141-162
  • Driver’s License, from Family Law Project Report 1993, IIp144
  • "In Bubbaville With Dignity", IIpp80-82
  • "Legal Responses to Transsexualism: Scientific Logic Versus Compassionate Flexibility in the U.S. and the U.K.", IVppA-1thru16
  • New York State Update", IVpp153-157
  • Oregon documents, IVppH-1thru24
  • "Philosophy and How-To’s of Documentation Changes", IIIpp119-135
  • "Texas Legal Name Change Update", IVpp150-153, 157-159

Drug Counseling of Transgendered, IIpp55

Employment Law and Policy Considerations

  • Case Law Outline "Transgender Law and Employment Policy 1992, Ipp205-209
  • Court of Justice of the European Communities, Legal Opinion, VppF1-20
  • Comments on 501(c)(3), Lobbying and the ENDA Bill", IIIp46, C-1thru2
  • "Dealing With Quislings, Coalitions and Federal Legislation", IIIpp30-39
  • Discrimination case studies, IVppI-1thru17
  • "Employment Discrimination and the Transsexual", IVppE-1thru25
  • Employment Law Project Report 1992, Ipp185-204; 1993, IIpp116-125, A6-1thru10; 1994, IIIpp59-70; 1995, IVpp71-78(6)
  • The Employment Non-Discrimination Act -- ENDA" IIIppA-1thru26
  • "Equal Employment Opportunity Commission", IIpp172-175, A6-1
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Charge of Discrimination, IVppF-9thru11
  • ethics and lawsuit strategy, IIp34-35, A6-6
  • "If ENDA Had Been TG Inclusive, It Would Have Passed the US Senate Vote", Vpp17-18
  • "Legal Aspects of Transgendered Behavior", IVpp1-5
  • "A Resolution to be Presented to the United States Congress by It’s Time America", IIIpp137-140
  • Smith v City of Jacksonville Correctional Institution (full text of decision), IippA9-1thru34; IVppE-18thru19
  • "A Successful Transition with the US Air Force Civil Service", IIIpp54-58
  • "Transistion on the Job", VppB-1thru3
  • with respect to womens’ salary, IVp84

Endowed Gifts ---Writing Competition on Transgender Law, Ipp103A-B

  • Comment: Sexual Orientation as a Prohibited Basis of Employment Discrimination", Ipp72-102
  • From Eugenics to the New Biology: The Impact of Science on the Law’s Intimate Relationship with Gays and Lesbians, IIppA1-1
  • Gender Non-Conformity and the Law: A "Crying Game" in More Ways Than One, IIppA3-1

Equal Protection Arguments Ip258-263

  • "Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and Its Impact on Same-Sex Transgender Marriages", Vpp15-16
  • "In Equal Protection and Due Process, The Black Experience and the Transgender Experience are the Same", IIIpp96-102

Ethical Considerations that Transgenders Should Demand of Their Attorneys:

  • "Beware the Gradual Erosion of Your Rights", Ipp58-66
  • "Cherish the Lawyers that Protect Your Freedom", Ipp33-44
  • "Civic Virtue: When In Doubt, Disclose!", IIpp55-60
  • "Discrimination in Ethnic, Black and Transgender Communities", IVpp105-118
  • "From Eugenics to the New Biology: The Impact of Science on the Law’s Intimate Relationship With Gays and Lesbians", IIppA-1thru20
  • "In Equal Protection and Due Process, The Black Experience and the Transgender Experience are the Same", IIIpp96-102
  • "Laypeople: Who Should Be Writing the Laws?" IIpp60-65
  • "Non-Lawyer Checklist for Transgenders Who Consume Legal Services", IIIpp102-106
  • "Treatment of the Accused", Ipp108-113
  • "Until You Are Honest With Your Clients", IIpp29-36

Evidence, Techniques for collection of Evidence Before Being Fired or Fighting Over Custody, Ipp201-204

Female to Male, The Transgendered Man, Legal Needs of

  • "Choice and the Human Experience", Ivpp22-33
  • "Discriminatory Incident", IVppF-1thru6
  • FTM Workshop Report, 1996, Vpp57-63
  • "Perspective from a Transgendered Man", IIIpp46-53
  • San Francisco Human Rights Commission Findings and Recommendations on Discrimination against Transgendered People, IIIppM-1thru22
  • "Texas Legal Name Change Update", IVpp150-153, 157-159
  • "We Must Actively Recruit our Transgendered Men to Join With Us", IIIpp53-54

Financial Report to the Community, ICTLEP 1996, VppH-1thru4

Gender Identity Disorder, Gender Dysphoria, and DSM discussion

  • "The Apartheid of Sex", IVpp33-41
  • "Freedom From the HAVE-TO of the Scalpel", Vpp29-38
  • from "Insurance and the Reimbursement of Transgender Health Care", IIIpF-5
  • "GID and the Transgender Movement", including Joint Statement; GID in Children; Policy on Youth; Isolation, Harrassment and Violence against Youth; VppA1-25
  • in 1992 Health Law Project Report, Ip254, 257, 274; IIp33; 1993 IIppA5-1thru16 and reprinted for 1995 in IVppC-1thru13; 1996, Vpp71-75
  • "Insurance, The DSM, a New Tort, Gatekeepers, No Divorce, Apartheid of Sex, Violence, and the Non-Op Option", IIIpp107-117
  • "International Aspects of Human Genome Research", IIIppK-2thru15
  • "The Large ‘n’, Non-Clinical Surveys of Boulton & Park Society", (n=934) IIIppD-1thru17
  • "Laypeople, Who Should Be Writing the Laws?", IIpp65
  • "Legal Aspects of Transgendered Behavior", IVpp1-5
  • "Legal Responses to Transsexualism: Scientific Logic Versus Compassionate Flexibility in the U.S. and the U.K.", IVppA-1thru16
  • "Respecting Choice: Genital Surgery as an Option", IVpp8-17
  • "Transgendered Behavior and the DSM-IV", IVpp127-132, B-1thru7

Handicap and Reasonable Accomodation

  • Doe v Boeing (Washington, later overrulled but with good language on reasonable accomodation), Ipp236-241; IIA6-4
  • "Report on Admisistrative Hearing for TS Seeking Social Security Disability" IVppF-7thru8
  • San Francisco Human Rights Commission Findings and Recommendations on Discrimination against Transgendered People, IIIppM-1thru22
  • Smith v City of Jacksonville Correctional Institution (Florida, full text of decision), IIppA9-1thru34
  • Jessica Stearns (New Jersey, perceived handicap) beats back Continental Airlines, Ipp242-243

Hate Crimes and Violence Against Transgenders, Case Studies

  • Discrimination case studies (It’s Time Illinois), IVppI-1thru17
  • Discrimination case studies, (It’s Time Maryland), VppJ-1thru10

Imprisonment and Criminal Law in Its Brutal Mistreatment of Transgenders

  • Criminal Law Project Report 1992, Ipp283-294
  • Imprisonment Law Project Report 1993, IIpp3, 134-141; 1994, IIIpp83-86
  • with respect to 42USA1983, IIp33

Insurance Law Reports and Appendices

  • Insurance Law Project Report 1992, Ipp150-159, 267-268; 1993, IIpp126-133; 1994, IIIppF-1thru12; IVpp121-125
  • "Insurance, The DSM, a New Tort, Gatekeepers, No Divorce, Apartheid of Sex, Violence, and the Non-Op Option", IIIpp107-117

International -- Specifically, Legal Issues of Transgenders Outside of the USA

  • "Choice and the Human Experience", Ivpp22-33
  • Court of Justice of the Eurpoean Communities, Legal Opinion, VppF1-20
  • "High-Risk Project Update", IVpp125-127
  • "International Aspects of Human Genome Research", IIIppK-2thru15
  • International Gay and Lesbian Conference: Helsinki, A Report On", IVpp85-87, G-1thru6
  • "Legal Responses to Transsexualism: Scientific Logic Versus Compassionate Flexibility in the U.S. and the U.K.", IVppA-1thru16
  • "The Legal Situation for Transsexuals in Europe and Human Rights", IIIppK-21thru29
  • Press For Change Handout, Ipp324-325; IIIppK-16thru17
  • Report from 1996 ICTLEP Workshop on International Issues -- including comments on the following countries: European Community, Italy, Turkey, the Balkan States, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, Namibia, Canada, South Africa, Brazil, India, Singapore, China, Japan, Egypt. Vpp39-45
  • "Rights of Transgendered People in Canada", VppD-1thru11
  • "State of Law Reform Affecting Transgendered People In Australia", VppE1-6
  • Transvestism, Transsexualism and the Law (in England, cover page and table of contents only), IIIppK-18thru20

Interpersonal Peer Group Relationships: Transgenders in Non-Transgender Settings

  • Nan Duhon, Assistant Dean of Admissions of University of Houston Law Center, "Assertive Integrity: Cockroaches Scurry", IIpp42-44
  • Joe Kegans, 230th District Ct Texas, "You Can Do It!", IIpp113-115
  • Phyllis Randolph Frye with her son, Ipp12-16; on being "out" in law school, Ipp27-32; on being "out" in the League of Women Voters, Ipp45-46; on being "out" with National Association of Women Business Owners, Ipp67-70; "The Dollars and Cents Price of Freedom", IIp172

It’s Time America, Political Action and Grassroots

  • "Building Bridges with the Gay and Lesbian Communities", Ivpp48-69
  • Discrimination case studies (It’s Time Illinois), IVppI-1thru17
  • Discrimination case studies, (It’s Time Maryland), VppJ-1thru10
  • "A Resolution to be Presented to the United States Congress by It’s Time America", IIIpp137-140

Laypersons (non-attorneys) and Their Contributions at ICTLEP Conferences

Marriage of Transgendered Persons: Keeping Them and Protecting Them

  • "Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and Its Impact on Same-Sex Transgender Marriages", Vpp15-16
  • Family Law Project Report 1992, Ipp295-323; 1993, IIpp142-150, A10-2; 1994, IIIpp86-87
  • "History of Same-Sex Marriages", Vpp77-83
  • "Insurance, The DSM, a New Tort, Gatekeepers, No Divorce, Apartheid of Sex, Violence, and the Non-Op Option", IIIpp107-117
  • "Legal Aspects of Transgendered Behavior", IVpp1-5
  • "Respecting Choice: Genital Surgery as an Option", IVpp8-17
  • "Taped Speech from March on Washington", IIpp168-171

Non-Lawyer Checklist for Transgenders Who Consume Legal Services, IIIpp102-106

Non-TS Transgenders, Legal Needs of Transgenders Who Are Not Transsexuals

  • Report on Non-TS Transgendered People, Vpp47-56

People of Color Transgendered, Legal Needs of

  • "Discrimination in Ethnic, Black and Transgender Communities", IVpp105-118
  • In Equal Protection and Due Process, The Black Experience and the Transgender Experience are the Same, IIIpp96-102
  • People of Color Report 1996, Vpp65-70
  • "Personal Observations on Discrimination", IVpp100-105

Religious Concerns of People Who Discriminate Against Transgenders

  • "Ambi-Gendered, God’s Special Gift" (see Reports)
  • Christian conflicts with Transgenders, Ip218
  • Colorado Christian News, IIIpa-26
  • Concerns of a Jesuit, IIpp55-60
  • from Our History speech by Leslie Feinberg, IIp72

Reports, Thesis and Handbooks (not presented orally at conference, these have limited copyright and can be obtained either through author or by purchasing entire Proceedings in which they appear)

  • "Ambi-Gendered: God’s Special Gift", IIIppJ-1thru13
  • "Gender Change Employability Issues Including Transsexual Employment Survey Results", IIA7-1thru75
  • Transgender Leadership Workshop, VppC-1thru23
  • "What Is S/he Doing?" An Information Booklet for Co-Workers, IIppA8-1thru18
  • "Why Is S/he Doing This To Us?" An Employer’s Handbook, Ipp214-228B
  • "Women in Relationships with Cross-Dressing Men: A Descriptive Study from a Non-Clinical Setting" (n=106, the first page only from Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol 23, No. 5, 1994), IIIpD-17

Restroom Concerns, Simply Fulfilling a Biological Function

  • from Criminal Law Project Report 1992, Ipp289-291
  • for the Employer, Ip226
  • as a Gendered Space, IVpp79-83
  • San Francisco Human Rights Commission Findings and Recommendations on Discrimination against Transgendered People, IIIppM-1thru22

Speakers, Workshop Presenters and Authors of Included Papers:

Judges:

  • Eric Andell, 315th District Ct Texas (now on 14th Ct App Texas), "Building Bridges", Ipp17-26
  • Charles Baird, Associate Justice, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, "Treatment of the Accused", Ipp108-113
  • Fred Biery, Associate Justice, 4th Ct App Texas (now Federal District Court), "Beware the Gradual Erosion of Your Rights", Ipp58-66
  • Joe Kegans, 230th District Ct Texas, "You Can Do It!", IIpp113-115
  • David Mendoza, Harris County Criminal Court at Law #11, "Neat Idea: Laypeople at a Law Conference", IIpp40-42
  • Alice Oliver-Parrott, Chief Justice, 1st Ct App Texas, "Cherish the Lawyers that Protect Your Freedom", Ipp33-44; "Every Failure Gets You Closer to Success", IIpp44-51
  • Carl Walker Jr., 185th District Ct, Texas, "Discrimination in Ethnic, Black and Transgender Communities", IVpp105-118

Law Professors:

  • Richard Aldeman, Professor at University of Houston Law Center, "Become Intolerant of All Intolerance!", IIpp14-20
  • Elvia Arriola, Assistant Professor at University of Texas at Austin Law School, "Getting Possessive About the Term ‘Lesbian’ ", Vpp85-92
  • Mary Coombs, Professor at University of Miami Law School, "Keynote Luncheon on Feminist Parallels With the Transgender Movement", Vpp19-27
  • Ron Garet, Professor at University of Southern California Law Center, "Self-Transformability" (65S.Cal.L.Rev.121), IIpp175-182
  • Louis H. Swartz, Professor at State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law, " New York State Update", IVpp153-157; "Legal Responses to Transsexualism: Scientific Logic Versus Compassionate Flexibility in the U.S. and the U.K.", IVppA-1thru16
  • Stephen Whittle, Professor at University of Manchester, England, Law School, "Choice and the Human Experience", IVpp22-33; Report from 1996 ICTLEP Workshop on International Issues -- including comments on the following countries: European Community, Italy, Turkey, the Balkan States, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, Namibia, Canada, South Africa, Brazil, India, Singapore, China, Japan, Egypt. Vpp39-45

Legislators and Members of Congress

Attorneys and Law Students:

  • Spencer Bergstedt, FTM Workshop Report, 1996, Vpp57-63
  • Helen Cassidy, Anti-Discrimination Law Project Report 1992, Ipp276-282
  • David Elliot, Probate Law & Civil Commitment Project Report 1992, Ipp161-173
  • Latisha Frederick, "Laypeople, Who Should Be Writing the Laws?", IIpp65; "From Eugenics to the New Biology: The Impact of Science on the Law’s Intimate Relationship with Gays and Lesbians", IIppA1-1thru20
  • Phyllis Randolph Frye, Employment Law Project Report 1992, Ipp185-204; "In Bubbaville With Dignity", IIpp80-82 ; "Non-Operative TS: Clitoral Hypertrophy", Iipp107-109; "A Summary of Conference’s Achievements", IIpp160-162; "Taped Speech from March on Washington", IIpp168-171; "The Dollars and Cents Price of Freedom", Iip172; "We Must Actively Recruit our Transgendered Men to Join With Us", IIIpp53-54; Family Law Project Report 1994, IIIpp86-87; "Non-Lawyer Checklist for Transgenders Who Consume Legal Services", IIIpp102-106; "A Resolution to be Presented to the United States Congress by It’s Time America", IIIpp137-140; "Legal Aspects of Transgendered Behavior", Ivpp1-5; "Respecting Choice: Genital Surgery as an Option", IVpp8-17; "Texas Legal Name Change Update", IVpp150-153, 157-159; "Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and Its Impact on Same-Sex Transgender Marriages", Vpp15-16; "If ENDA Had Been TG Inclusive, It Would Have Passed the US Senate Vote", Vpp17-18; "Freedom From the HAVE-TO of the Scalpel", Vpp29-38; "Joint Statement on Gender Identity Disorder", VppA1-2
  • Michael Hernandez, "Perspective from a Transgendered Man", IIIpp46-53
  • Sharon Kahn, "Welcome from the BAHR", Iipp21-22; Education in Transgender Issues Project Report 1993, Iipp83-88; "Gender Non-Conformity and the Law: A "Crying Game" in More Ways Than One, IIppA3-1thru10
  • Karen Ann Kerin, "Dealing With Quislings, Coalitions and Federal Legislation", IIIpp30-39
  • Jim Kuhn, Insurance Law Project Report 1992, Ipp150-159; 1993, IIpp126-133
  • Betty J. Luke, "Report on Administrative Hearing for TS Seeking Social Security Disability" IVppF-7thru8
  • JoAnna McNamara, "Employment Discrimination and the Transsexual", IVppE-1thru25
  • Shannon Minter, "Health and Insurance Law Report", 1996, Vpp71-75; "GID and the Transgender Movement", including Joint Statement; GID in Children; Policy on Youth; Isolation, Harrassment and Violence against Youth; VppA-1thru25
  • Micheline Montreuil, "Rights of Transgendered People in Canada", VppD1-11
  • Connie Moore, Family Law Project Report 1992, Ipp295-323; 1993, Iipp142-150; "Challenging the System, Honestly and Out!", IIIpp150-154
  • Ken Okorie, "In Equal Protection and Due Process, The Black Experience and the Transgender Experience are the Same", IIIpp96-102
  • Martine Aliana Rothblatt (previously Marla Aspen), Health Law Project Report 1992, Ipp244-275; "People Want You for Your Brain", IIpp54-55; Health Law Project Report 1993, IIpp101-107, A5-1thru16 and reprinted IVppC-1thru13; "Successful Transition in the Aerospace Engineering Industry", IIIpp43-46; "Insurance, The DSM, a New Tort, Gatekeepers, No Divorce, Apartheid of Sex, Violence, and the Non-Op Option", IIIpp107-117; "Unisexuality: The Wave of the Future", IIIppE-1thru6; "International Aspects of Human Genome Research", IIIppK-2thru15; "Respecting Choice: Genital Surgery as an Option", IVpp8-17; "The Apartheid of Sex", IVpp33-41; defending ICTLEP Standards of Care, Vpp74-75
  • Jim Sacher, Prosecutor for Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, " Equal Employment Opportunity Commission", IIpp172-175
  • Linda Sanchez, "Comment: Sexual Orientation as a Prohibited Basis of Employment Discrimination", Ipp72-103B
  • Daniel J. Shea, "Civic Virtue: When In Doubt, Disclose!", Iipp55-58; "Self-Definition: Taking the Next Step", IIpp58-60
  • Marshall A. Shelsy, Staff Counsel for Harris County Criminal Courts at Law, "Until You Are Honest With Your Clients", IIpp29-36
  • Laura Elizabeth Skaer (previously Laura Smiley), "Charitable Giving and Methods and Tax Benefits", Ipp174-183; Case Law Outline "Transgender Law and Employment Policy 1992, Ipp205-209; "Laura, It’s Okay, We Know Why", IIpp27-29; "Transgendered and Proud and We Vote!", IIpp37-39; Employment Law Project Report 1993, IIpp116-125, 162-164, A6-1; "About Joann Conti and Karen Ulane"’ IIpp164-166; "Successful and Open Transistion Within Oil and Gas Industry", IIIpp7-9; "What Can One Person Do? What Can You Do?" IIIpp9-14&21-22; "Report from Employment Law and Policy Project", 1994, IIIpp59-70; 1995, IVpp71-78(6)
  • Keith K. Stewart, Housing Law Project Report 1992, Ipp138-149; Intervention Law Project Report 1993, IIpp90-96
  • Sharon Stuart / Tom Heitz, Military Law Project Report 1992, Ipp115-133; 1993, IIpp96-100 and Survey, IIppA4-1thru4; International Bill of Gender Rights Project Report 1993, IIpp6-7, 151-156, A12-1thru4; 1994, IIIpp2-3; Report from the Rights Project -- Military Law, The Bill of Gender Rights, The Imprisonment Watch and Family Law, 1994, IIIpp75-87; "Not a Coming Out Story; But Instead, My Actual Coming Out", IIIpp142-150; "Your Rights Workshop Report", IVpp 70-85; Military Law Update, IVpp87-92; "Personal Observations on Discrimination", IVpp100-105; "Prisoner Rights Update", IVpp136-139; "Declaration of Gender Rights", Vpp1-4
  • Dana Turner, People of Color Report 1996, Vpp65-70
  • Melinda Marie Whiteway, "How This Conference Affects First Time Attendees", IIIpp23-24; "Perhaps We Are at the End of the Beginning of our Freedom", IIIpp39-41; "Philosophy and How-To’s of Documentation Changes", IIIpp119-135; "Documentation Workshop Report", IVpp141-162
  • Clyde Williams, Criminal Law Project Report 1992, Ipp283-294

Other Speakers and Presenters:

  • Marian Beddill, Documentation Law Project Report 1993, IIpp78-80
  • Clare Cahill, "State of Law Reform Affecting Transgendered People In Australia", VppE1-6
  • Dianna Cicotello, "The Good Samaritan -- A Transgendered Person", IIIpp70-73
  • Collier M. Cole, PhD, Director Gender Treatment Programin Galveston, Texas, "Transgendered Behavior and DSM IV", IVppB-1thru7
  • Cissy G. Conley, "A Successful Transistion with the US Air Force Civil Service", IIIpp54-58
  • Yvonne Cook-Riley, Operations Director of IFGE, "IFGE: Strategic, Vision 2000", IIpp158-160
  • Dallas Denny, "Writing Ourselves", IIIppI-1thru2; "Respecting Choice: Genital Surgery as an Option", IVpp8-17; "Survey Results on TG Opinion of Harry Benjamin Standards", IVpp132-136
  • Nan Duhon, Assistant Dean of Admissions of University of Houston Law Center, "Assertive Integrity: Cockroaches Scurry", IIpp42-44
  • Sister Mary Elizabeth, SSE, Documentation Law Project Report 1993, IIpp76-80
  • Jane Ellen Fairfax, "Respecting Choice: Heterosexual Crossdressing", IVpp5-8; Report on Non-TS Transgendered People, Vpp47-56
  • Jane Fee "Minnesota: The First State to Enact Legislation That Explicitly Protects the Transgendered From Discrimination", IIIpp14-21
  • Leslie Feinberg, "Our History: As a Transgendered People", IIpp65-75
  • Tere Fredrickson, "Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Veterans of America", IVpp93-94
  • Jamison Green, San Francisco Human Rights Commission Findings and Recommendations on Discrimination against Transgendered People, IIIppM-1thru22
  • Lynn Edward Harris, "A Legal Path of Androgeny", IVppD-1thru10
  • Maggie Heineman, "PFLAG, T-SON and TGS-PFLAG", a collection of handouts, VppG1-11
  • Raymond Wayne Hill, 107S.Ct.2502, "Citizen Provocateur", Ipp47-57; Report fromthe Imprisonment Law Project 1993, IIpp134-141
  • Melanie Jimmerson of Houston Chapter of National Association of Women Business Owners, "Just Bring Your Money and Come On!", IIpp12-14
  • Sandra LaFramboise, "High-Risk Project Update", IVpp125-127
  • Evelyn Lindenmuth, "Students Rights Update", IVpp94-98
  • Emilio L. Lombardi, "A Network Explanation of the Transgender Movement in Relation to the Homosexual Rights Movement", IIIppH-1thru14
  • Gordene Olga MacKenzie, "Gender Bipolarity Kills, and Sex is Not the Same as Gender", IIIpp92-96
  • Dee S. McKellar, "Comments of the Non-Attorney ICTLEP Director", IIIpp89-91; Report On International Gay and Lesbian Conference: Helsinki", IVpp85-87, G-1thru6
  • Lisa Janet Middleton, "Insurance and the Reimbursement of Transgender Health Care", IIIppF-1thru12; "Respecting Choice: Genital Surgery as an Option", Ivpp8-17; "Northridge Conference", IVpp43-48; "Health Insurance Reform", Ivpp121-125; "Transgendered Behavior and the DSM-IV", IVpp127-132
  • Annese Parker, "Don’t Be Afraid to Ask for Help", IIpp24-26
  • Linda Phillips of Boulton and Park Society, "Importance of Conference for Lay People", IIp11; and Cynthia Phillips "Law Conference is For Laypeople Too!", Iipp167-168
  • JoAnn Roberts, early work in Bill of Gender Rights IIppA12-1thru4; IIIp3
  • Keith Rogers, "Transistion on the Job", VppB1-3
  • Jenny Sand, "The Legal Situation for Transsexuals in Europe and Human Rights", IIIppK-21thru29
  • Riki Wilchins, panelist in discussion, IVpp43-69
  • Malcolm Williams, Professor at University of Houston, "History of Same-Sex Marriages", Vpp77-83
  • Jessica M. Xavier, "Goals, Strategies, Funding and Grassroots Organization and a Tip for Those Who Remain Closeted", IIIpp25-30; "Paths to Acceptance", IVpp77-78(3)

Standards of Care for Transsexualism, The

  • ICTLEP Health Law Standards, Ip265; IIpp4-5, 101-107; IVppiv-vii; Vpp11-14, pp74-75
  • Harry Benjamin, IIppA5-4; IIIpF-6
  • "Legal Responses to Transsexualism: Scientific Logic Versus Compassionate Flexibility in the U.S. and the U.K.", IVppA-1thru16
  • "Survey Results on TG Opinion of Harry Benjamin Standards", IVpp132-136
  • "Transgendered Behavior and DSM IV", IVppB-1thru7

Strategies for Progressive Changes

  • "The Apartheid of Sex", IVpp33-41
  • "Building Bridges with the Gay and Lesbian Communities", Ivpp48-69
  • "Challenging the System, Honestly and Out!", IIIpp150-154
  • "Cramming Their Laws Down Their Throats", from the Family Law Project Report 1992, Ipp306-308, 314
  • "Dealing With Quislings, Coalitions and Federal Legislation", IIIpp30-39
  • -- "Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and Its Impact on Same-Sex Transgender Marriages", Vpp15-16
  • Discrimination case studies, IVppI-1thru17
  • Education in Transgender Issues Project Report 1993, IIpp83-89
  • " Equal Employment Opportunity Commission", IIpp172-175
  • "Freedom From the HAVE-TO of the Scalpel", Vpp29-38
  • from Criminal Law Project Report 1992, Ipp289-291
  • from Employment Law Project 1993, IIpp122-123, 162-164, A6-6; 1995, IVppE-19thru23
  • from Family Law Project Report 1993, IIpp142-150, A5-1; 1994, IIIpp86-87
  • from Health Law Project Report 1992, Ipp258-273 and and reprinted IVppC-1thru13
  • from Imprisonment Law Project Report 1993, IIpp134-141
  • from Insurance Law Project Report 1993, IIp128-131
  • "Goals, Strategies, Funding and Grassroots Organization and a Tip for Those Who Remain Closeted", IIIpp25-30
  • -- "If ENDA Had Been TG Inclusive, It Would Have Passed the US Senate Vote", Vpp17-18
  • "In Bubbaville With Dignity", IIpp80-82
  • "Insurance and the Reimbursement of Transgender Health Care", IIIppF-1thru12; IVpp121-124
  • "Insurance, The DSM, a New Tort, Gatekeepers, No Divorce, Apartheid of Sex, Violence, and the Non-Op Option", IIIpp107-117
  • Intervention Law Project Report 1993, IIpp90-96
  • "Legal Aspects of Transgendered Behavior", IVpp1-5
  • Legal Guidelines IIppA5-6
  • "Legal Responses to Transsexualism: Scientific Logic Versus Compassionate Flexibility in the U.S. and the U.K.", IVppA-1thru16
  • National Lesbian and Gay Law Association, Unanimous Resolution from Board, IIIpL-1thru2
  • "Non-Lawyer Checklist for Transgenders Who Comsume Legal Services", IIIpp102-106
  • "Non-Operative TS: Clitoral Hypertrophy", IIpp107-109
  • People of Color Report 1996, Vpp65-70
  • "Philosophy and How-To’s of Documentation Changes", IIIpp119-135
  • Press For Change Handout, Ipp324-325; IIIppK-16thru17
  • "Respecting Choice: Genital Surgery as an Option", IVpp8-17
  • San Francisco Human Rights Commission Findings and Recommendations on Discrimination against Transgendered People, IIIppM-1thru22
  • "Taped Speech from March on Washington", IIpp168-171
  • "Texas Legal Name Change Update", IVpp150-153, 157-159
  • "We Must Actively Recruit our Transgendered Men to Join With Us", IIIpp53-54
  • "What Can One Person Do? What Can You Do?" IIIpp9-14&21-22

Victories, Existing, Changing or Making Transgender Protective Law

  • Court of Justice of the European Communities, Legal Opinion, VppF1-20
  • District of Columbia, Code Annotated 1-25-1 (1991), Ip261
  • "Minnesota: The First State to Enact Legislation That Explicitly Protects the Transgendered From Discrimination", IIIpp14-21
  • M.T. v J.T., 355A2d.204 (NJ 1976), Ipp302, 312-313; IVppA-9thru14
  • National Lesbian and Gay Law Association, Unanimous Resolution from Board, IIIpL-1thru2
  • Ordinance to Prohibit Discrimination in City, County of Denver, Ip208
  • Ordinance to Prohibit Discrimination in City of Santa Cruz,, Ip209
  • "Repeal of the Houston Crossdressing Ordinance", Ipp104-107
  • "Report on Admisistrative Hearing for TS Seeking Social Security Disability" IVppF-7thru8
  • San Francisco Human Rights Commission Findings and Recommendations on Discrimination against Transgendered People, IIIppM-1thru22
  • Smith v City of Jacksonville Correctional Institution (full text of decision), IIppA9-1thru34
  • Jessica Stearns beats back Continental Airlines, Ipp242-243

Veterans (see Military in Areas of Law), IVpp93-94

Voir Dire of Jury Panel: Techniques for Transgender Client or by Transgender Attorney, IIIpp103-104; IVpp117-118

Winslow Street Fund and IFGE Ip174-183; IIpp158-160; IIIpH-9

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