Williams Institute on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Law and Public Policy
|Named after||Charles R. "Chuck" Williams|
|Founded||2001; 19 years ago (2001)|
The Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law (usually shortened to Williams Institute) is a public policy research institute based at the UCLA School of Law focused on sexual orientation and gender identities issues.
The Williams Institute was founded in 2001 through a grant by Charles R. "Chuck" Williams.
Williams's inaugural donation of $2.5 million to create the institute was the largest donation ever given to any academic institution in support of a LGBT academic program in any discipline.
In 2013, Williams donated an additional $5.5 million to support the institute.
The institute also provides an LGBT analysis of the United States Census.
Researchers involved with the Williams Institute include:
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