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How to change your gender marker, name, or both, in Utah
Identity is very personal, and we should all feel in control of ours. For most people, though, the process of changing their name or gender marker is too complex and they don’t know how to get help. For our next free webinar, SixFifty has partnered with Angela Elmore of Utah Legal Clinic and Utah-based attorney Chris Wharton, whose 2021 arguments before Utah’s Supreme Court helped make gender marker changes available to more Utahns.

In this webinar we’ll cover:
- An overview of Utah law around name and gender marker changes
- What’s changed in the past year
- How to petition for a name change, gender marker change, or both
- Using SixFifty’s free tool to automate the required paperwork

Jun 30, 2022 11:00 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Ransom Wydner
VP, Pro Bono and Social Impact @SixFifty
Ransom Wydner leads SixFifty’s Pro Bono and Social Impact efforts. He joined SixFifty in early 2020, and always found joy and purpose in helping promote SixFifty’s free legal tools for those who can’t afford legal help. Ransom formally took over as head of Pro Bono in 2021.
Connor Christensen
Legal Product Associate @SixFifty
Connor Christensen is a Legal Products Associate at SixFifty and is barred in the state of California. He graduated from J. Reuben Clark Law School where he participated in SixFifty's legal design lab LawX where he worked on a tool to help asylum seekers. Since joining SixFifty he has been instrumental in creating SixFifty's automated Employee Handbook and updating SixFifty's Return-to-Work Toolset.
Chris Wharton
Senior Partner @Wharton O'Brien
Chris’s extensive work in the areas of family law and LGBTQ advocacy has gained local and national attention. In 2013, Chris helped lead a team of attorneys that submitted an amicus brief to the United States Supreme Court, arguing for equal treatment of LGBT families under the law. In 2015, he obtained the first same-sex common law marriage adjudication in Utah. In 2021, Chris represented clients in a Utah Supreme Court case which ruled that transgender Utahans can legally change their gender marker. Chris is a dedicated community activist, and has represented District 3 on the Salt Lake City Council since 2017.