We invite you to renew your membership dues for 2023! If you are not already on an auto-recurring membership plan, we encourage you to consider one of our monthly or annually recurring payment options.
Those who join as sustaining members can have their name, company name, company logo, and contact information displayed on the website.
All members of the legal community are welcome. As always, membership is free to current law students.
If financial hardship is preventing you from becoming a member, please email [email protected] to inquire about a membership fee accommodation.
The National LGBTQ+ Bar is launching its first ever virtual midyear program to connect small firms, local nonprofits, and government agencies from medium markets around the country with LGBTQ+ law students interested in employment opportunities.
This event is separate from Lavender Law®, the LGBTQ+ Bar's flagship in-person event each year. All recruiting law firms at this virtual event will have 75 or fewer attorneys.
A word about the Job Opps posted here - if you'd like for us to post one, please email it to [email protected]. Because of the sheer number of emails and opportunities, not all will be posted. Please be sure to provide brief text including a description and website link; no attachments please.
The Williams Institute - Staff Attorney
The Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law is seeking a Staff Attorney to conduct research and analysis related to sexual orientation and gender identity law and public policy. The Staff Attorney will be an experienced lawyer or legal scholar with litigation, legislative lawyering, and/or public policy experience. The Staff Attorney will provide legal research and analysis related to litigation, legislation, and regulatory and policy developments concerning issues of sexual orientation and gender identity. The Staff Attorney will also work on independent research projects to inform current issues of law and public policy. (March 15, 2023 deadline to apply)
SacLegal, Sacramento's LGBTQ+ Bar Association, is comprised of attorneys, professionals and legislative advocates affiliated with the Sacramento County Bar Association. Our mission is to promote equality for members of the LGBTQ+ community through strong leadership, legislative advocacy, education, and participation in civic and social activities within the legal community and our community at large.
SacLegal's Board meets on the first Wednesday of each month. For more information, please email [email protected]. If you are interested in volunteering for a committee or otherwise getting involved with SacLegal, please let us know!