Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Princeton Justice Project Works for Equal Marriage Rights

Daily Princetonian, Tuesday 10.17.06 - Backed by a majority of students, The Princeton Justice Project submitted an amicus brief on behalf of plaintiffs in the Lewis V. Harris case. The New Jersey Supreme Court is expected to rule on the case which deals with same sex marriage within the next few weeks.

"I think our brief had a major impact, and I think it would be exciting, if [the plaintiffs] win the case, to know that we contributed to such a landmark decision," Chris Lloyd '06, former head of the Gay Family Rights Project of the PJP, said in an interview last night. "A lot of the issues the judges had discussed were issues addressed in our brief."

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