This panel presented oral histories of UGA Law's LGBTQ faculty and staff in Classroom A of Hirsch Hall on February 7, 2019 at 12 noon. The conversation was lead by the president of the OUTLaw student organization to celebrate 20 years of a student organization of this kind at the School of Law.


This recorded first-of-its-kind public conversation among UGA Law’s LGBTQ faculty and staff allowed panelists to share their experiences navigating being queer at the law school and in their personal and professional lives. Topics covered included how being out at UGA Law and in the legal profession has changed over the decades, laws related to sexuality and equality, and how impactful lawyers can be for advocating change to help a variety of oppressed groups in society.

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