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Thursday, June 13, 2013

Fifth Circuit rules that disclosure of a student’s sexual orientation to parent does not violate constitutional privacy rights

Abstract:  The Fifth Circuit (LA, MI, TX), in a 2-1 panel opinion, ruled that the disclosure of a student’s sexual orientation to her mother did not violate clearly established constitutional rights.  Therefore, the school employees involved were entitled to qualified immunity and not liable under Section 1983.

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