We're specifically going to discuss how these concepts relate to Gavin Grimm’s case against the Gloucester County School Board and transgender bathroom discrimination. The post Boom! Lawyered: Motion to Dismiss and Summary Judgment Edition appeared first on Rewire.
If the federal appeals court schedules arguments in the Gavin Grimm case for its next session, he may have an order from the court in time for his high school graduation. The post School Board to Appeals Court: Slow Down Gavin Grimm Case appeared first on Rewire.
No one is allowed in Gavin Grimm’s room, under any circumstances. Even when he’s away. Even when a family member is dropping something off for him ? they should leave it at the door. It’s like “Fort Knox,” he says. He’s a teenager whose bathroom habits have been picked apart on a public stage. Show More Summary
With a one-sentence order last week, the Supreme Court dashed hopes of a big transgender-rights decision this term. The Court was supposed to review the case of Gavin Grimm, a transgender teen-age boy who sued the Gloucester County School Board for the right to use the boys’ bathroom and won, in the Fourth Circuit. Show More Summary
Ever since the Supreme Court remanded Gavin Grimm’s case back to the lower courts, citing the Trump administration’s decision not to enforce Title IX protections for transgender students, there’s been a lot of dialogue around tolerance, on both sides of the political spectrum and everywhere in between. Show More Summary
"The court’s decision in Gavin’s case will impact how the law treats trans people all over the country."
“We need protection to go to school, find work and really thrive.”
Just over two years ago, I started my sophomore year of high school. The summer before, I had come out to my family and friends as a transgender boy. I also came out to the school administration, telling them who I was and asking them to respect my gender identity. Show More Summary
Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga spoke with Virginia transgender teen Gavin Grimm about his reaction to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to send his case regarding bathroom access back to the lower courts for further consideration.
Essentially, the Supreme Court has said "redo," and trans people shouldn't lose hope, writes Amanda Kerri.
The Supreme Court was to have heard arguments this month in the case of Gavin Grimm, a transgender student who was prevented from using the boys’ bathroom at his Virginia high school. But on Monday the justices returned the case to a lower court after the Trump administration rescinded an Obama...
Early on a Sunday morning last month, I rode with Gavin Grimm, a transgender teen from Virginia, in the back of a New York taxi to Bindle & Keep tailor shop in Brooklyn. There, the 17-year-old high school senior would shed his baggyShow More Summary
Gavin Grimm, 17, has become an unlikely symbol for the fight for transgender rights.
The Supreme Court may have kicked Gavin Grimm's case back to an appellate court, but the fight for transgender rights is far from lost in the federal courts. The post What’s Next for Gavin Grimm’s Case? appeared first on Rewire.
After the Supreme Court opted not to hear his case.
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE … Energize An Ally Tuesday Gavin Grimm. Clearly a threat to the nation. Heckuva job, Trump. By dropping guidelines for the protection of transgender students in our schools, you've prompted the Supreme Court to kick Virginia student Gavin Grimm's case back to the lower 4 th Circuit court. Show More Summary
The Virginia teen says he is disappointed that the Supreme Court announced it wouldn’t hear the case but that he is ready to keep fighting regardless.
LGBT rights lawyer Josh Brock said that he was disappointed in the Supreme Court’s decision Monday to avoid ruling on his client’s case regarding bathroom access but that this was merely a detour — not a defeat.
The debate over what bathroom transgender students can use will continue in schools across the country, as the US Supreme Court canceled a hearing in a high-profile case and sent the issue back to an appeals court. Gavin Grimm, a transgender...Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) The Supreme Court has vacated a Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling in favor of Gavin Grimm, a Virginia transgender student who sought to use the boys room at school despite being a female biologically. The CourtShow More Summary