Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality

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Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality  
Discipline Sex and the law
Language English
Edited by Editha Rosario
Publication details
Former name(s)
Law & Sexuality
Publication history
Frequency Annual
Standard abbreviations
Tul. J. L. & Sex.
Tulane J. Law Sex.
ISSN 1062-0680
LCCN 93649001
OCLC no. 47173063

The Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality is a student-edited law review published by Tulane University Law School. It covers issues surrounding the LGBT community and publishes the winning article of the annual National LGBT Bar Association Michael Greenberg Student Writing Competition.[1]


The journal was established in 1991 as Law & Sexuality: A Review of Lesbian and Gay Legal Issues, becoming the first[citation needed] legal publication dedicated solely to analysis of LGBT issues. In 1997, the journal's title was amended to Law & Sexuality: A Review of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Legal Issues. In the Spring of 2012, the journal obtained its current title, Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality: A Review of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in the Law.


Members are chosen through writing competitions conducted every summer and fall; members agree to either a one or two year commitment based on their graduation date.

Notable articles[edit]

The following articles have been cited most often:[citation needed]

  • Nan D. Hunter, Marriage, Law, and Gender: A Feminist Inquiry, 1 Law & Sexuality: Rev. Lesbian & Gay Legal Issues 9 (1991).
  • Cece Cox, To Have and to Hold - Or Not: The Influence of the Christian Right on Gay Marriage Laws in the Netherlands, Canada, and the United States, 14 Law & Sexuality: Rev. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Legal Issues 1 (2005).

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Law & Sexuality Journal". Homepage. Tulane Law School. Retrieved 2011-06-25. 

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