Our efforts include recruitment events and outreach campaigns.
There’s a question on our application to self-identify.
If the information is collected, it would be at the point at which an application for employment is submitted.
Answer left blank.
Students can elect to enroll in the UT Academic Health Plan: https://catalog.utexas.edu/general-information/registration-tuition-and-fees/tuition-and-fees/student-insurance/
Unsure whether University healthcare benefits include the same transition-related healthcare benefits to students and their partners/spouses who are transgender/nonbinary or undergoing gender transition.
See generally, https://catalog.utexas.edu/general-information/registration-tuition-and-fees/tuition-and-fees/student-insurance/
Diversity Counseling and Outreach Specialists include a specialist for LGBTQUIA+ students.
Texas Law has two gender neutral restrooms. Both restrooms have appropriate locks on door. There are signs that indicate the restrooms are gender neutral. They are identified appropriately on maps and online resources. One restroom is on the first floor of the law school and the other is on the second floor near the large lecture-style classrooms.
Texas Law has two gender neutral restrooms. Both restrooms have appropriate locks on door. There are signs that indicate the restrooms are gender neutral. They are identified appropriately on maps and online resources. One restroom is on the first floor of the law school and the other is on the second floor near the large lecture-style classrooms. The following University information is linked through the diversity and inclusion webpage and includes law school location information: https://diversity.utexas.edu/genderandsexuality/gender-inclusive-restrooms/
Reproductive Rights and Justice; The Power and Politics of Gender in Global Affairs (Seminar) Con Law II: Race and Sex Discrimination; Race and Law; Crime and Punishment (Seminar); Critical Conversations (Seminar)
Funding is comprised of dues, donations and any student organization resources that might otherwise be allotted to official student organizations.
The law school has served as a co-sponsor on events, including Lavender Graduation or for participation in LGBTQIA+ focused learning.
Voluntary faculty and staff trainings provided which include these topics; student orientation includes panel discussions on equity and inclusion and facilitated discussions; and speaker and lecture opportunities are available to students
Students may provided pronouns and honorifics and faculty may request such information from students.
Administrators maintain lines of communication with OUTLaw; the law school has worked with the Gender and Sexuality Center to train faculty, staff and students on allyship; various programmatic offerings include representational diversity.