Kirkland partner Jordan Heinz said in a statement that he and fellow partner James Hurst “signed on” to work with Lambda because they believe the case is an “important legal fight.” 

“During a time when every qualified person is needed to help defend and protect our country, we should not be turning away people from the military because they are transgender,” Heinz said in a statement. 

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