Lambda Legal's CEO and chief legal officer discuss what the future holds for the noted LGBTQ+ rights group.
October 31 2023 3:30 PM
Read the latest news about Lambda Legal, one of the nation's leading nonprofits dedicated to equality litigation. Under the leadership of Kevin Cathcart, who has served as executive director of Lambda Legal since 1992, the organization has helped achieve historic victories in the fight for LGBT rights, including its argument before the Supreme Court in Lawrence v. Texas (2003), which established the right to sexual intimacy for gay Americans. Learn more about this gay legal organization that has also launced the Foster Care Initiative for lesbian and gay youth, as well as the Marriage Project and Transgender Rights Project.
A new Lambda Legal lawsuit alleges HB 808’s ban on gender-affirming care for minors violates Constitution and Affordable Care Act rights.
The out motorsports contender found sponsors turning their back on him — until one of the most influential LGBTQ+ organizations took his phone call.
For years, Jennifer Eller suffered from degrading insults within the school system where she taught because of her gender identity.
Lambda Legal, Southern Poverty Law Center, and others filed a suit against what they say is Florida's harmful anti-LGBTQ+ law.
Lambda Legal's analysis of the president's first year praises advancements made for LGBTQ+ Americans but recommends further actions.
West Virginia's Medicaid program and its state employee health plan both refuse to pay for gender-confirmation care.
The department had failed to recognize the citizenship of children born abroad to same-sex couples who are U.S. citizens.
Those turned down for survivor's benefits because they were unable to legally marry should have access to the benefits, a federal judge rules.
The State Department is wrong to consider children born "out of wedlock" if they're born abroad to married same-sex couples, a federal judge rules.
The new rule revoking ACA antidiscrimination provisions interferes with the right of everyone to receive health care free of bias, the suit states.
Dana Zzyym wants a passport with an X gender marker, which the State Department has refused to issue during a five-year court battle.