Group finds voice for gay law students on campus
A group of law students focused on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender legal issues will offer law students the first ever diversity-based moot court competition on campus this year, along with a host of other services.
"Really the purpose (of Outlaws) is to encourage diversity understanding within the school population and encourage awareness," Farrell said.
When Outlaws recently asked the ASUO for money to attend the conference and organize the moot court competition, the groups' proposal said the events were needed to compensate for a lack of gay-friendly programs at the law school.
"The UO School of Law currently has little programming that includes diversity-based Moot Court competitions, and the students have been dissatisfied with diversity programming at the law school in general because they feel underrepresented," the proposal stated.
It's like my old joke about "BlueOregon hates black people. It must be true because I keep saying it." People who choose to have homosexual behavior are so overrepresented in our society today it's sickening.
A Google search of uoregon.edu for the word "gay" brings up 4,230 hits. They have an concern committee, a resource center, an alliance social hour and on and on and on. But if they keep whining that no one loves them then they seem to get more attention.