Robbie Kaplan One on One with Arianna Huffington
LIVE from the NYPL: Gloria Steinem | Roberta Kaplan
In this MAKERS interview, attorney Roberta (Robbie) Kaplan talks about why she chose to take on the landmark Edie Windsor case, what made the case personal, and the Supreme Court's landmark decision ruling the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional.
After Words with Roberta Kaplan
C-SPAN link HERE
Roberta Kaplan talks about her book “Then Comes Marriage: United States v. Windsor and the Defeat of DOMA,” in which she discusses the case that struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA, her strategy in the lower courts, her preparation and oral argument before the Supreme Court, and her work on a case dealing with Mississippi’s gay marriage ban. She was interviewed by Zoe Tillman.
Edie Windsor & Roberta Kaplan interviewed by Megan Smith at the IBM sponsored Lesbians Who Tech Summit in NYC
TJC’S Up Close: Roberta Kaplan followed by Penninah Schram with R’ Sandy Eisenberg Sasso
Robbie Kaplan and Edith Windsor: An Unlikely Activist | The New School
The Human Rights Campaign has launched an unprecedented “People’s Brief” to the U.S. Supreme Court. Roberta Kaplan, the leading civil rights litigator who won a landmark Supreme Court ruling in United States v. Windsor striking down Section 3 of the discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act in 2013, is the author and lead counsel on the brief.
BUZZFEED - Edie Windsor & Roberta Kaplan - Coming Out
Provincetown, MA: Edith Windsor and Roberta Kaplan’s visit to the Provincetown Public Library to promote Kaplan’s book “Then Comes Marriage.”
National Museum of American Jewish History - In conversation with Chris Bartlett
Levin Center | Annual Public Service Awards Dinner, Honors Robbie Kaplan. Robbie's intro starts at 30:00
Roberta Kaplan, the author of “Then Comes Marriage: United States v. Windsor and the Defeat of DOMA,” and Lillian Faderman, in conversation with Patt Morrison at the Los Angeles Public Library (Oct 19, 2015).
Roberta Kaplan, the lawyer that represented Edie Windsor in the historical demise of the Defense of Marriage Act & author of “Then Comes Marriage: United States v. Windsor and the Defeat of DOMA,” speaks with Judy Gold. A funny & moving episode.
SIRIUS XM - Seth Speaks w/Seth Rudetsky - interviews Robbie Kaplan
On June 26, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court passed down an historic decision that forever changed the face of marriage in America. Representing Edie Windsor was attorney Robbie Kaplan, who successfully argued the case that awarded spousal benefits to gay couples. Hear the first-hand account and rarely heard audio recordings from the trial that started a waterfall of gay marriage victories across the country.
A Conversation with Robbie Kaplan at Shir Tikvah
Litigator Roberta Kaplan revisits United States v. Windsor at 2015 LAA Lecture NYU School of Law
KERA Radio Interview with Roberta Kaplan: How the DOMA ruling opened the door to further rights for LGBT Americans.
WYPR, Maryland Morning w/ Tom Hall - audio interview
Edie Windsor Reads Her Foreword from Roberta Kaplan’s Book “Then Comes Marriage” & view feature on Towleroad HERE