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Robert L. Bettiker, MD on April 23, 2013 at 10:22 am.

Hello, I am the advisor to the LGBT medical students at Temple University. We are hosting a seminar “LGBT Professional Development Panel: Life Planning 101.” I am messaging you because you recently spoke at Temple, and I would like to open up the discussion to all of the professional students in Philadelphia. I’m not sure how to send you the flier advertising the seminar next week. I’m interested in ensuring that the law students and business students (and you, too!)

The talk will be at William Way on 29 April 2013.

Thank you,

Robert L. Bettiker, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine


David F. Powell on May 16, 2013 at 3:31 pm.

I am a journalist in Philly looking for a SDL (Slander, defamation and Libel) lawyer. I don’t think Gallop exists any longer. Their Google link takes you to the HRC site, who knows knothing about them (?).
Could you help?
Thank you,


Jean Kryven on May 22, 2014 at 8:22 pm.

Want to thank you for your contributions on the call tonight. I took four pages of notes! I’m a straight ally, volunteering with American Equality Bill on behalf of my friends and family. Go you!


Marc Morris on May 27, 2014 at 1:38 pm.

Thank you for participating in the Town Hall call last week. I learned alot and am now considering this option to be possible for me. I currently have a son who is a Junior in college. Because I am single he is able to get a small amount of financial aide. If I were to marry my partner of 14 years, how would that affect my sons financial aide status? Would my partners income be considered, how about joint assets? My son is a product of a previous marriage and is not adopted by my partner but he does live with us when not at college. (just in case that matters.)


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