Second Annual Pride Month Recognition

Thank you, District Attorney Walsh, for this honor and your very generous tribute. I’m quite moved and a little bit verklempt. I’m struck that a gathering like ours today couldn’t happen 20 years ago. It couldn’t happen 15 years ago when I worked on the Court of Appeals Hernandez v Robles case, which held, as… Continue reading Second Annual Pride Month Recognition

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What Would Thurgood Do?

Today I was privileged to join colleagues of the bar, bench, pulpit and social justice community to dedicate a monument to the life and legacy of Justice Thurgood Marshall. Especially in this era of faction and fissure, I was grateful that Democrats and Republicans, liberals and conservatives, Jews and Gentiles – truly a sea of… Continue reading What Would Thurgood Do?