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Perspectives from the Invisible Bar:

Gays and Lesbians in the Profession

Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

I.      Objective
II.     Recommendations for a Gay-Friendly Workplace
 

STUDY OVERVIEW

I.      Methodology
II.     Research Team

FINDINGS

I.      Welcoming the Invisible Bar: Lesbian and Gay Attorneys
II.     The Gay-Friendly Workplace: An Achievable Goal in the Legal Profession
 

RECOMMENDATIONS

I.      How Do You Create a Gay-Friendly Workplace?
II.     How Do You Talk About Sexual Orientation in the Workplace?
 

PRACTICES IN ACTION

I.      American Airlines: A Capsule Profile of Change
II.     Spotlighting Jenner & Block: Making Equal Time for the Lesbian, Gay and Transgender Community?

APPENDICES

I.      Gay and Lesbian Associations and Organizations
II.     Gay and Lesbian Books and Magazines
 

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