The Housing Fight for Rights for Transgender Women in Prisons and Jails

Last Sunday the Pittsburgh Tribune Review published an extensive profile of our client, Jules Williams. Ms. Williams is a transgender woman who has courageously stepped forward to file a groundbreaking civil rights lawsuit against the Allegheny County Jail (ACJ) challenging its practice of housing transgender women with men. As the story suggests, like many transgender

Race Discrimination in Employment

Issue: Employers are prohibited from discriminating against employees because of race.  This article discusses a specific federal statute prohibiting race discrimination in employment, as well as a recently filed case in federal court asserting claims of employment discrimination against three African American employees because of race. Employment discrimination is often attributed to being enforced through