Windsor vs. U.S. – List of Amici

Windsor v. United States – List of amici (as of September 7, 2012)

1. The states of New York, Connecticut and Vermont (brief)

2. The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (brief)

3. City of New York, Council of the City of New York, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg), New York City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn (brief)

4. The Partnership for New York City (brief)

5. 145 Members of the U.S. House of Representatives, on a brief spearheaded by House Judiciary Members Jerrold Nadler and John Conyers, Jr., along with Barney Frank, Tammy Baldwin, Jared Polis, David N. Cicilline and Democratic Leaders Nancy Pelosi, Steny H. Hoyer and James E. Clyburn (brief)

6. The American Psychological Association, joined by the American Psychiatric Association, National Association of Social Workers and its New York State and New York City chapters, American Psychoanalytic Association, American Academy of Pediatrics, and New York State Psychological Association (brief)

7. Asian American Justice Center; Asian Law Caucus; Asian Pacific American Legal Center; Connecticut Bar Association, Inc.; Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association; Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund; Empire Justice Center; Empire State Pride Agenda; Equal Justice Society; Equality Federation; Freedom to Marry; George W. Crawford Black Bar Association; Hispanic National Bar Association; Human Rights Campaign; Japanese American Citizens League; Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action; Lambda Legal; Legal Aid Society; Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center; Legal Services NYC; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center ; LGBT Bar Association of Greater New York; Marriage Equality USA; National Asian Pacific American Bar Association; National Center for Lesbian Rights; National Organization for Women Foundation; New York County Lawyers’ Association; Out & Equal Workplace Advocates; Permanent Commission on the Status of Women; South Asian Bar Association of Connecticut; Southern Poverty Law Center; Transgender Law Center; Vermont Freedom to Marry Task Force; Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York (brief)

8. Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE), joined by National Senior Citizens Law Center and the American Society on Aging (brief)

9. AFL-CIO, Change to Win, and National Education Association (brief)

10. Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics (brief)

11. The Anti-Defamation League and a diverse group of religious and cultural organizations (brief)

12. Professors of U.S. history (brief)

13. Professors of family law (brief)

14. Professors of family and child welfare law (brief)

15. Columbia Law School Sexuality and Gender Law Clinic (brief)

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