Minnesota State Law Library
Legal Topics: LGBT Rights
Statutes and Rules: (Additional statutes, regulations & opinions may apply to your specific situation.)
Minnesota Statutes, index topics Homosexuals, Sexual Orientation.
Resources: (Print resources are available at the Law Library and in county law libraries around the state.)
Burda, Joan M. Estate Planning for Same-sex Couples. (ABA 2012) KF750 .B87 2012.
Clifford, Denis, et al. A Legal Guide for Lesbian and Gay Couples, 15th ed. (Nolo, 2010). KF539 C87 2010.
Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration ("OSHA") issued guidance on the best practices for providing restroom access to transgender workers.
Howell, Ally Windsor. Transgender Persons and the Law KF 4754.5 .H69 2013 .
Krug, Ellen. Breaking New Ground: Study of transgender people interacting with the Mn Court System. - KFM5811.5 .T73 K78 .
GLBT Legal Organizations & Associations, from the University of Minnesota Law Library.
Legal Program, from OutFront Minnesota.
Lesbian & Gay Couples: Marriage, Domestic Partnerships, and Civil Unions, from Nolo.
LGBT Discrimination, from LawHelpMN.org.
LGBT Law, from Nolo.
LGBT Rights, from the ACLU.
"Making it legal : a guide to same-sex marriage, domestic partnerships & civil unions / Frederick C. Hertz with Emily Doskow KF539 .H47 2011
Minnesota Estate Planning for Non-traditional Families, 2nd ed. (Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, 2010-) KFM5540 .M56 2010.
Minnesota Lavender Bar Association.
Minnesota Trans Law 101 , from OutFront Minnesota.
Name Changes, from LawHelpMN.org.
Plotkin, Mark. Gay/Lesbian Law Pathfinder (LLRX).
Researching Legal Issues of Sexual Orientation, from the University of Minnesota Law Library.
The right to be parents: LGBT families and the transformation of parenthood / Carlos A. Ball. KF540 .B35 2012.
Related Topics: Civil Rights; Same Sex Marriage.
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Last updated on September 10, 2015.
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