LGBTQ+ Legal Services Clinic – Postponed

rainbow colored graphic finger print

(Winston-Salem, N.C., March 16, 2020) — Due to COVID-19 (novel coronavirus), the LGBTQ+ Legal Services Clinic is postponed until Fall 2020. For complete information on the University’s ongoing plans surrounding the coronavirus, visit

ORIGINAL RELEASE (Winston-Salem, N.C., Feb. 19, 2020) — Wake Forest School of Law will host a legal services clinic for members of the LGBTQ+ community on Saturday, April 4, 2020, in the Worrell Professional Center Commons.

The clinic program, which is co-sponsored by North Star LGBTQ+ Community Center as well as Wake Forest Law’s OUTLaw organization and Healthcare Advocacy Pro Bono Project, will offer several legal services, including name changes, gender marker changes, living wills, and healthcare power of attorney services.

Please review the following clinic details:

When: 10 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 4, 2020

Where: Commons, Worrell Professional Center at Wake Forest University School of Law

Individuals under 18 accompanied by parents or guardians may be eligible for name change or gender marker change services.

Wake Forest Law students will be supervised by multiple licensed attorneys as well as staff from the North Star LGBTQ+ Community Center. For more information on this clinic, contact Caden Tague ( or Michael Johnston (


About Wake Forest School of Law

For more than 125 years, Wake Forest School of Law has developed skillful advocates who bring the legal profession and modern workplace robust expertise that can only flourish in an educational setting that is small by design and nurtured by dedicated teacher-scholars. Our traditions — guided by values rooted in community, service, and collegiality — uniquely develop citizen lawyers and professionals who are able to persevere, empathize, assess, and creatively adapt to the ever-changing needs of clients and the rule of law. Located in Winston-Salem, N.C., Wake Forest Law offers these degrees: the Juris Doctor (JD) with dual and concurrent degree options, a Master of Laws (LLM), the Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD), and an online Master of Studies in Law (MSL). Learn more about Wake Forest School of Law at