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Name & Gender Marker Change Clinic
Name & Gender Marker Change Clinic

Tue, Jul 02


Salt Lake City

Name & Gender Marker Change Clinic

Join Rainbow Law Clinic and ACLU Utah for assistance with your paperwork!

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Time & Location

Jul 02, 2024, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Salt Lake City, 511 W 200 S Suite 120, Salt Lake City, UT 84101, USA

About the Event

*** Attendees MUST sign up for a consultation! Check back later to reserve your space. ***

This quarterly free event is geared to help those looking for legal advice to change their name or gender marker on official documents. Representatives of Rainbow Law Clinic and the ACLU have teamed up to guide you through this process. Get free legal support from caring legal professionals to aid in changing one’s government name and/or gender markers. Support includes education and help with completing court documents and other necessary legal documents.

We will provide: forms, advisors, and pizza

Attendees should bring: their RSVP and any documentation on hand

This event has a capped attendance to allow for one-on-one advising. Sign-up is required. To for a free tool for filling out paperwork, check out:

Can't make it this time? Don't worry, we will hold this workshop quarterly, so keep in the know by joining our newsletter! Rainbow Law is offered every month on the 2nd Wednesday from 6:00 – 8:00, held at the Olpin Student Union and online. Anyone who is unable to sign up for this program is so welcomed to come to that monthly meeting. Please contact Rainbow Law for more information on additional support times if you are unable to attend this event. Find them here: 

About Rainbow Law Clinic

The Pro Bono Initiative (PBI) provides free brief legal advice to members of the Utah community, brought to you by the S. J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah.  Contact the PBI at

About ACLU Utah

The ACLU of Utah envisions a state where all persons enjoy the civil rights and liberties promised in the United States and Utah Constitutions and laws. The ACLU of Utah, chartered in 1958, operates through public education, legal advocacy, litigation, and lobbying at the state and local levels to ensure the constitutional rights and freedoms of everyone living in or visiting Utah. We base our work on those principles outlined in the Bill of Rights. Find the ACLU of Utah at 

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