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Transgender persons and the law

Author: Ally Windsor Howell; American Bar Association. Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity,
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : American Bar Association, Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd editionView all editions and formats
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Transgender Persons and the Law, 2nd Edition provides a comprehensive update and overview of the laws and landmark court cases involving transgender individuals in a variety of legal situations. This edition also discusses the myriad of legal documents transgender persons need to understand before completing paperwork in order to change their name, birth certificate, and gender identification.--Publisher website.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ally Windsor Howell; American Bar Association. Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity,
ISBN: 9781634250368 1634250362
OCLC Number: 905600264
Description: xii, 343 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Who or what is a transgender person and why should anyone care? --
Identification documents --
Use of public facilities --
Housing --
Military service and veterans benefits --
Family law --
Education and students --
Health care --
Personal safety --
Employment --
Immigration --
Criminal justice and corrections.
Responsibility: Ally Windsor Howell ; foreword by the honorable Phyllis Randolph Frye.

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Transgender Persons and the Law, 2nd Edition provides a comprehensive update and overview of the laws and landmark court cases involving transgender individuals in a variety of legal situations. This edition also discusses the myriad of legal documents transgender persons need to understand before completing paperwork in order to change their name, birth certificate, and gender identification.--Publisher website.
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