UC Davis Lambda Law Students Association

The King Hall Lambda Law Students Association is composed of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and allied students, faculty and staff at King Hall. Lambda's mission is community, education and activism. To that end, Lambda sponsors events that raise awareness of LGBT legal issues on campus and in the community. The group also provides a supportive space for LGBT students at King Hall through academic and professional support programs and a variety of social opportunities. Lambda additionally strives to attract and retain LGBT law students.

RECENT LAMBDA NEWS AND EVENTS

15th Annual Bill Smith Memorial Lecture: Featuring Bennett Klein

Tuesday, October 11, 2016 in Room 1001 from 5-6:30pm, Reception immediately follows in Courtyard

Sexuality in the Entertainment Law Industry: Alumni Perspectives  

Monday, October 10, 2016 in Room 1303 from 12-1pm

Entertainment Law Association and Lambda are collaborating to host Duncan Ireland-Crabtree, Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel for the Screen Actor Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. He will be discussing jobs in the legal entertainment industry and being gay in the legal entertainment field. 

Asexuality FAQ's and Film Screening

Tuesday, October 11, 2016 in Room 2306 from 12-1pm

Come join us to watch a documentary on common misconceptions of asexuality. 

Career Panel: Being Out in the Workplace

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 in Room 1303 from 12-1pm

King Hall alums will be discussing their experiences of being out in the workplace.

Assisted Reproductive Technology and LGBT Family Formation: Equality Frames and Equal Protection

Thursday, October 13, 2016 in Room 2304 from 12-1pm

Health Law Association and Lambda are collaborating to host Professor Soucek and Professor Ikemoto for a dual lecture. They will discuss equal protection concerns that surround assisted family formation for LGBT individuals. 

Lambda Announces 2017 Bill Smith Fellowship

Bill F. Smith (’98) was a Lambda alum who passed away 12 years ago and was active in LGBT and disability rights law.  To honor Bill’s memory, this fellowship program consists of one grant awarded to eligible first and second year law students for otherwise unpaid summer legal work in the LGBT and/or disability rights arena.

If you have any questions, please contact Hannah Bogen at hannah.bogen@gmail.com

OPPORTUNITIES

Get an LGBTA legal mentor! Any student interested in a SacLegal mentor should email info@saclegal.org for more information.