We are included in LSAC’s LGBTQ+ Guide to Law Schools, have attended the Lavender Law Conference, and partner with our OutLaws group to reach out to prospective students.
Our admitted student packet includes a section on student organizations that lists OutLaws and other affinity groups.
Yes, we do provide the option for students to identify as LGBTQ on the application, but we don’t collect as detailed information as asked in 4d-4h.
Listservs, Newspapers (e.g., Chronicle of Higher Education), Law societies and organizations
Per our HR office, we do not as for or request information on sexual orientation during the application or onboarding process.
UW employees have a choice between many health insurance plans which are all prescribed by the Washington State Health Care Authority and Public Employees Benefits Board. The specific coverages of each plan are set by their respective providers and you can find a list of each plan’s coverages in their Certificate of Coverages which can be found on the HR Benefits webpage
All of the health insurance plans offered by the UW provide medical coverage for gender transition services and procedures. Many resources are available to a transitioning employee and can be found here
Counseling Center language
There is a multi-stall facility signed as “Multi-Stall All Gender Restroom,” and another single-stall lockable facility signed as “Restroom.” Both of these are on the first floor, which offers full access for anyone with or without Husky Card access credentials inside William H. Gates Hall. This area is fully accessible from any floor of the building via multiple elevator and stairwell routes.
Restrooms signed as “Women” or “Men” also include the full language of the school’s restroom use policy on the door sign. This language is as follows: “All individuals are welcome to use the restroom that is consistent with their gender identity.”
LAW A 500 Introduction to Perspectives on the Law 20%
LAW A 507 Constitutional Law I 5%
LAW A 553 Feminist Jurisprudence 100%
LAW A 556 Employment Discrimination 5%
LAW A 562 Employment 10%
LAW A 577 Immigration Law 15%
LAW A 580 Family Law 20%
LAW A 592 Constitutional Law II 20%
LAW B 510 Professional Responsibility 5%
LAW E 522 Advanced Constitutional Law: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity 100%
LAW E 561 Critical Race Theory 20%
LAW H 508 Beginning of Life 10%
LAW B 599 Special Topics: Abolition and the Law 15%
LAW B 599 Special Topics: The Ninth Circuit Appellate Advocacy Clinic 100%
Opportunities are the same for all student organizations
We are working on such a training plan.
The Dean for Students consults regularly with campus resources like the Q Center to be sure we are aware of and collaborating with all resources to support LGQTQ students.