News, information, and commentary by The Center for HIV Law and Policy.
Some of the new additions include good examples of ADA employment pleadings and briefs, and recently-released research on HIV testing and informed consent (showing that targeted HIV testing with counseling and informed consent is the most cost-effective approach to increasing the number of people who know their HIV status).
Drafted by a coalition of advocates to inform those working on expanded HIV testing proposals, this set of basic principles is a tool to help stimulate conversations, planning, and community input.
On the advent of World AIDS Day, CHLP emphasized that rights violations that impede the response to the AIDS epidemic globally are also a critical problem in the United States.

Read the latest news and updates from the Center for HIV Law and Policy in its inaugural newsletter. Read the newsletter online or download the pdf.

Kaplan, formerly a staff attorney fellow with the ACLU and a law clerk for Judge Julio M. Fuentes of the federal Third Circuit Court of Appeals, worked with Professor Derrick Bell on the sixth edition of his nationally-praised text, Race, Racism and American Law and brings a range of experience in human rights and international law. She is a graduate of NYU School of Law and Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.


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