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Linda Klein, president of the American Bar Association, speaks at the group’s midyear meeting in February in Miami. (J. Albert Diaz / ALM)
The consequences of discrimination follow transgender students and their classmates into the legal profession, warned the American Bar Association in an amicus brief that urged a federal appellate court to find that such unfairness violates federal civil rights.
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