As a lawyer, Gordon Gamm has represented most of the major humanist organizations in the United States: the American Humanist Association, Center for Inquiry, Society for Humanistic Judaism, American Ethical Union, and humanists in the Unitarian Universalist Association. He has also explained humanism to state and federal courts, including the US Supreme Court. And he has served as a board member of the AHA and is one of the founders of the Humanist Legal Society.
Posts by Gordon Gamm
As humans we have the unique qualities of consciousness and emotional intelligence; the capacity for empathy and compassion; and the feelings of love, disgust,... Read More
If Religious Preference Is a Violation of the Constitution, What Are Humanists Doing about It? “DOES IT VIOLATE the Religion Clauses or Equal Protection... Read More