So I'm going to shift the topic to add that I noticed that some schools have started creating additional queer groups on campuses. In particular, I know that Columbia and Harvard have approved a QPOC group and a QTPOC group respectively.
Scone, do you think this is something that could be added in the opening post? It might be important for admits/prospective students to be aware of them. I'm also sure that some groups like these are springing up at other law schools too, so if anyone else has something to add, it might be helpful.
And in case anyone's curious, here's the blurb about the Harvard group from the school's student group website (I couldn't find Columbia's, though I know it exists!). I don't think either has an official website yet since they're both so new, but the Harvard one has an email that could be added to the OP too.
"For students standing at the intersection of marginalized communities, entering Harvard Law School can be an emotionally taxing endeavor. As a new student affinity group, QTPOC imagines a community in which queer and racial/ethnic identities receive equal weight. This enables collaboration with queer and POC affinity groups while also enabling tailored discussions on topics and issues uniquely relevant to queer and trans individuals that identify as people of color.