Professor Marie-Amélie George (Wake Forest) has been selected as the winner of the 2020-2021 Haub Law Emerging Scholar Award in Gender & Law for her paper Exploring Identity, 54 Fam. L. Q. (forthcoming 2021). Professor George is an Associate Professor; she teaches Civil Procedure, Family Law, Professional Development, and Public Interest Advocacy.
Professor George’s research focuses on LGBTQ rights, analyzing how and why laws have changed, as well as the ways that history can provide insight into current legal debates and contemporary normative questions. Her scholarship has explored a broad range of gender-related issues including conversion therapy bans, gay and lesbian parenting issues, the decriminalization of sodomy, and the advancement of trans rights. Her scholarship has appeared or is forthcoming in the Northwestern Law Review, Florida Law Review, Wisconsin Law Review, and Alabama Law Review, among others.
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Congratulations, Professor George!