June 26, 2015 — The Society of American Law Teachers (SALT) hails the United States Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges today. Since 1974, SALT has advocated for justice, diversity and human rights in legal education and beyond. In the 1990s, SALT worked against the military’s 1996 ban on gays and lesbians, Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. In early 2013, SALT worked with the Columbia Law School Sexuality and Gender Law Clinic, to create a policy paper on sexual orientation and gender identity protections at religiously affiliated law schools. The organization continues a commitment to LGBT equality issues, evident in its historical involvement in landmark privacy and LGBT rights cases. In 2013, SALT joined amicus briefs in both the Perry and Windsor cases before the Supreme Court, challenging California’s Proposition Eight and the Federal Defense of Marriage Act. We look forward to the implementation of this decision in all 50 states, and to the extension of equality for our LGBT brothers and sisters in educational institutions, workplaces and all aspects of American life.