BOSTON (AP) — Suffolk University Law School is hosting a conference focusing on two landmark gay rights cases, including the ruling legalizing same-sex marriage in Massachusetts.

Panelists at the conference Friday will discuss the changing landscape of gay rights since 2003. The conference comes on the heels of oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court on two same-sex marriage cases.

The conference will focus on two cases: Lawrence v. Texas, which struck down a sodomy law; and Goodridge v. Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the ruling that legalized same-sex marriage in Massachusetts.

Panelists will include: Margaret Marshall, retired chief justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and author of the Goodridge decision; John Greaney, retired justice of the SJC who wrote a concurring opinion in the Goodridge case; and Mary Bonauto, lead counsel in the case.