Queer Rights After Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization
Professor Robin Maril of Willamette University College of Law presented her work Queer Rights After Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health. This article asks what Dobbs means for our understanding of individual liberty, specifically with respect to queer rights.
Professor Robin Maril is an assistant professor teaching Constitutional Law. Maril joins our faculty from the Human Rights Campaign, where she served as the associate legal director for the past five years. Her work at the HRC focused on federal programs, administrative policies and legislation that impacted the LGBTQIA community. Her scholarship primarily focuses on nondiscrimination protections and religious freedom.
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Maril, Robin S., "Queer Rights After Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization" (2023). Faculty Workshops.