Huffington Post Blog Features Commentary on Recent Cases by Professor Ryznar
Professor Margaret Ryznar recently addressed in the Huffington Post the oral arguments in the following U.S. Supreme Court cases: Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl (which held that non-Indian parents could not adopt an Indian child without complying with the requirements of the Indian Child Welfare Act), United States v. Windsor (regarding the Defense of Marriage Act), and Hollingsworth v. Perry (regarding Proposition 8, the California constitutional amendment that allows only opposite-sex couples to marry). Professor Ryznar also addressed the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Chafin v. Chafin, an international child custody case. The case commentaries are available at Professor Ryznar’s Family Law Prof blog on the Huffington Post website.
Professor Ryznar joined the faculty in fall 2012, and teaches income taxation of individuals, fiduciaries and business associations; trusts and estates; family law; international and comparative family law; and juvenile law.