LGBTQ2+ Law: Practice Issues and Analysis

 
LGBTQ2+ Law: Practice Issues and Analysis
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ISBN:
978-1-77255-432-8
 
Publisher:
Emond Publishing
 
Page Count:
648
 
Status:
Available
 
Publication Date:
October 2019
 
Subjects:
Aboriginal, First Nations, and Indigenous Peoples; Criminal Law and Procedure; Family Law and Social Services; Immigration and Refugee Law; Wills, Estates, and Trusts; Youth and the Law
 
 
 
 
 

“Joanna’s commitment to an intersectional analysis and to focussing on the real-world impact of law on people’s lives helps make this book an exceptional resource. ... The text belongs on the bookshelf of every lawyer who seeks to provide culturally competent service, with the leading practitioners in LGBTQ2+ law sharing substantive and practical guidance.”

—Kathleen Wynne

“Reading this book it is hard not to feel pride in what Canada as a country has accomplished in all areas of LGBTQ2+ legal issues (including family law), and that much of this has been done over just a few short decades, with many of the book’s authors leading the way.”

—Eric Sadvari

Issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity impact almost all areas of legal practice. Members of the LGBTQ2+ community face unique hurdles, especially in areas of family, immigration, estates, and criminal law. LGBTQ2+ Law: Practice Issues and Analysis is the first text of its kind, offering a practical treatment of these specific challenges within a variety of legal contexts.

Beginning with a foreword by Kathleen Wynne, the first openly LGBTQ2+ premier in Canada, this text draws on the expertise and experience of a diverse author team to provide practitioners with a deep understanding of how their clients’ identities affect their interactions with the Canadian legal landscape.

  • Chapters authored by highly regarded practitioners, academics, and activists: Joanna Radbord, Karen Busby, Jeremy Dias, Andy Inkster, Sam Singer, Susan Ursel, Emily Elder, Kelly Jordan, Emma White, John-Paul Boyd, Janet Walker, Ian Hull, Suzana Popovic-Montag, Sayuri Kagami, Adrienne Smith, Michael Battista, Sydney Bunting, Christina Doris, Erica Tait, Andrew Vankoughnett, Ryan Peck, Angela Chaisson, Khalid Janmohamed, Marcus McCann, and Richard Elliott
  • Addresses the experiences of Indigenous and racialized members of the LGBTQ2+ community by drawing on the expertise of: Promise Holmes Skinner, Raji Mangat, and Paul Jonathan Saguil
  • Over 20 personal stories describing the challenges and successes the LGBTQ2+ community has faced in navigating Canada’s legal system.
  • A glossary of terms at the end of the text

Chapter 1: The Gay Agenda: A Short History of Queer Rights in Canada (1969-2018)
Chapter 2: LGBTQ2+ Cultural Competency
Chapter 3: Human Rights
Chapter 4: LGBTQ2+ Equality Claims Under the Charter
Chapter 5: Trans Competent Lawyering
Chapter 6: Family Law
Chapter 7: Polyamorous and Non-Dyadic Relationships
Chapter 8: Conflict of Laws
Chapter 9: Estate Planning Issues
Chapter 10: LGBTQ2+ Immigration Issues
Chapter 11: Children and Youth Legal Issues
Chapter 12: Criminal Law and Public Health

 
 
 
 
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