Including Dewey. Alright! Break out the best champagne glasses Deweyites!! Gone, but still PC.
By B. McLeod on 2012 11 15, 7:10 am CST
Well, at least there’s one thing Dewey can be remembered fondly for!
By Esq. in Austin on 2012 11 15, 9:11 am CST
What a great sign. I can’t tell you how meaningful it is to work at one of these places and know that they’ve made this type of commitment.
I am divided on dinging law firms who represent opponents of equality. Even hateful people should have access to legal representation. In fact, putting it in front of a court is a wonderful thing—because as the California case shows, when put to the proof, they will not be able to provide anything but naked moral condemnation.
On the other hand, I *personally* probably could not work for a firm that was assisting another entity to actively harm me.
It’s a very difficult situation, I think.
By Another Andy on 2012 11 15, 10:08 am CST
They might be great with LGBT stuff, but a lot of them still lay off young women soon after they marry because they “will just get pregnant and quit soon anyway”.
By TMJ on 2012 11 15, 8:55 pm CST
Sure, because protections for young married women aren’t the Hollywood fad du jour. They don’t get any “image” points for that.
By B. McLeod on 2012 11 16, 7:34 am CST
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