Albany Law Professor's Article Cited in Maryland Court Decision

Albany Law Professor's Article Cited in Maryland Court Decision

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Date: 02/10/2006

Relying in part on Professor Stephen Clark's article, "Same-Sex but Equal: Reformulating the Miscegenation Analogy," the Maryland Circuit Court recently held that denying same-sex couples the right to marry violates the Maryland Constitution. The article was cited on page 7 of the opinion. 

Professor Clark teaches Conflict of Laws, Constitutional Law, Employment Discrimination, Human Sexuality and the Law, and Labor Law. His research interests include employment discrimination, federalism, and lesbian and gay rights. He has been teaching at Albany Law School since 2000. Before joining Albany Law, Clark was an associate at Winston & Strawn in Chicago and a law clerk to the Hon. Randall T. Shepard, Chief Justice of Indiana.