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Transgender Legal Services Network


NCTE created the Trans Legal Services Network to ensure that every transgender person has access to assistance navigating the complicated name and gender change process and any other legal issues they may face. The Network brings together over 60 organizations serving trans communities to share advice, technical support and legal resources, helping member organizations build capacity and expand their services. Through regular phone conferences, listserv conversations, and individualized support the Network serves to improve and expand name and gender change services and other legal services available to trans people across the country. The Trans Legal Services Advisory Council is made up of law firms dedicated to providing legal support for the Network.

Network Members

Trans Legal Services Network members represent over 60 organizations across the country dedicated to providing name and gender change services or other legal services for trans people in their areas.

See the full list of Network Members here.

Advisory Council

The Trans Legal Services Advisory Council are law firms and companies who undertake cutting-edge pro bono projects to create much-needed legal resources for the Network.

 

From the Blog

June 30, 2015

New Guide: Updating Name, Gender in Arkansas

The National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) is thrilled to announce the completion of a name and gender change guide f

January 15, 2015

Member Spotlight: ArTEC

The Arkansas Transgender Equality Coalition (ArTEC) is one of the youngest organizations in NCTE’s Trans Legal Services Network.

December 15, 2014

Member Spotlight: Transformative Justice Law Project of Illinois

The Transformative Justice Law Project of Illinois (TJLP) is one of over 50 members of NCTE’s Trans Legal Services Network.

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