Resources for LGBTQ Students
Georgetown Law supports and works to ensure the inclusion of all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and intersex students. We understand that there are concerns and issues unique to the LGBTQ community, and the individuals and offices listed below serve as resources for LGBTQ students.
Office of the Dean of Students
ODOS serves as an advocate for all students and as a liaison between students, faculty, and the administration. Mitchell Bailin, Dean of Students, is the primary contact for LGBTQ concerns at the Law Center. He is also prepared to make referrals as appropriate to other Law Center faculty and staff members who are knowledgeable about LGBTQ issues and can assist students with their questions and concerns. Please call (202) 662-4066 or email email@example.com for more information.
Additionally, student are encouraged to take advantage of available campus support services and programs:
For questions related to LGBTQ housing accommodations, please contact Chris Hall, Director of Residence Life and Student Programs at (202) 662-9299 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For assistance in career counseling and issues related to employment and the job search office, you may make an appointment with an advisor in either the Office of Career Services or the Office of Public Interest & Community Service.
For information on making a confidential appointment for students with concerns related to their sexual identity, please visit the Law Center CAPS website.
Georgetown University LGBTQ Resource Center
The LGBTQ Resource Center works to support LGBTQ community members and to help the university community better understand and address the unique needs and experiences of LGBTQ students. Its office is located on the main campus in 325 Leavey Center. For more information, contact Shiva Subbaraman, Director, at (202) 687-3546 or email@example.com.
The mission of Outlaw is to promote lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) equality, provide opportunities to educate the Georgetown Law community on legal issues affecting LGBT people, and create a welcoming social atmosphere for LGBT students and their friends and allies at Georgetown University Law Center. For more information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.