Participating in LGBT events and informing students about our law school
Including diversity language in posted ads and posting ads directed toward affinity groups
There are two single-stall restrooms available, one on the main floor and one on the lower level adjacent to the student lounge. Both are accessible for people with disabilities. Both are labeled with multi-gender signage and are identified on digital building maps.
1. Gender, Race and Class
2. International Gender Issues Seminar/ at least 12 out of 42 difficult to estimate because LGBTQ+ issues are interspersed throughout all topics in the course
3. Family Law: approximately 12 hours dedicated to LGBTQ+ content, based on review of current syllabus
In the last three years, members of the Nebraska Law students have received funding to attend the Lavender Law conference. They have also received funding for a table at the annual LGBTQ+ Awards Banquet. The student organization Nebraska OUTLaw receives funding to bring programming to the College each year focused on issues impacting LGBTQ+ community members as well.
Yes, optional for all students
Response from LGBTQ+ student group “The Acting Dean of our Law College, this year, has held meetings with our leadership team to identify weaknesses and then develop solutions. These meetings have been initiated by us, as needs arise, and by her to create a cohesive strategy.
There are staff and faculty who have LG TQ+ inclusive Safe Space designations on their doors.
The general Diversity Committee actively includes OUTlaw as a group and within events.”