Posted on December 6, 2012 at 12:01 am by Kali Borkoski
At tomorrow’s Conference, the Court will consider ten petitions presenting issues relating to same-sex marriage. During the last two weeks, the blog ran Lyle’s four-part series explaining the issues in each of the cases before the Court, and Amy analyzed the cases and issues in “Plain English”; links to those posts are below.
When the Court does act on the cases, which could be as soon as tomorrow afternoon, we will have full coverage and analysis from the blog’s staff. We will also host an online symposium featuring commentary and analysis from scholars and practitioners on both sides of the same-sex marriage question, including Neal Devins of William and Mary Law School, William Duncan of the Marriage Law Foundation, William Eskridge of Yale Law School, and Kenji Yoshino of NYU School of Law.
Menu of coverage:
- Same-sex marriage I: The constitutional standard
- Same-sex marriage II: The arguments for
- Same-sex marriage III: The arguments against
- Same-sex marriage IV: The Court’s options
- Court to consider same-sex marriage cases: In Plain English
- The archive of all of our same-sex marriage coverage, including two online symposia, is here.
- Lyle’s post on the eleventh and most recent petition on same-sex marriage – which seeks review of Nevada’s ban on same-sex marriage – is here.