Prof. Peter Nicolas's Book Now in 4th Edition
The fourth edition is completely up-to-date, and provides extensive coverage of the votes in November 2012 legalizing same-sex marriage in Maine, Maryland, and Washington, as well as the 2013 laws legalizing same-sex marriage in Delaware, Minnesota, and Rhode Island and the resumption of same-sex marriages in California.
In Seattle, a time of celebration and concern. Prof. Peter Nicolas quoted - Seattle Times
Gay-marriage supporters in Seattle, celebrating a landmark Supreme Court ruling that gives married same-sex couples all the federal benefits of marriage, were mindful of the half-million gay couples living in states where gays are not allowed to wed.
Same Sex Marriage: What Happens Next? Prof. Peter Nicolas is interviewed - KUOW
Last November Washington became the first state to legalize same sex marriage at the polls but today we want to check in on what is happening with the same-sex marriage debate in and out of the Evergreen State.
Prof. Peter Nicolas to speak at KCBA Program
The next program sponsored by King County Bar Association's BOLD section will feature Prof. Peter Nicolas who will share his expert insights and prognostications on the outcome of the same-sex marriage cases pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Peter Nicolas nominated to SALT Board of Governors
For the past several years, Nicolas has been serving on SALT's LGBT committee. The Board term is 3 years.
Shop Owner Sued By State After Denying Flowers To Gay Couple. Prof. Peter Nicolas comments - NPR
The Attorney General in the state of Washington is suing a small florist for refusing to provide flowers for a gay wedding.
What Sneetches tell us about the gay-marriage debate. Peter Nicolas' paper is cited - Washington Post
In Nicolas' paper, “The Sneetches as an Allegory for the Gay Rights Struggle: Three Prisms,” Nicolas writes that “in this struggle, there has been not only a battle between the heterosexual majority and the gay minority, but also sub-battles between the African-American and gay communities and within the gay community itself.”
Exploring Civil Society through the Writings of Dr. Seuss
Prof. Peter Nicolas appeared on the panel discussing ideology, identity, the abuse of power at New York Law School.
Prof. Peter Nicolas on panel at "Exploring Civil Society Through the Writings of Dr. Seuss."
The New York Law School symposium on Mar. 1 has garnered press coverage from the Wall Street Journal and others: