LeGaL's latest accomplishment--and the reason for this post--is its new LGBT Legal Resource Center, a clearinghouse of sorts for countless web resources covering a whole host of legal issues faced by the LGBT community, such as domestic violence, HIV/AIDS, family issues, transgender issues, immigration, and discrimination. It also includes an exhaustive list of organizations that serve the LGBT community (with links to their websites). I am promoting the Resource Center here because I believe strongly that it will ease some of the information burdens experienced by members of the LGBT community who are trying to navigate legal issues. The Resource Center is well-organized, easy to use, and impressively comprehensive. I have never seen anything like it, and know it is the result of months of effort by LeGaL's staff and volunteers.
I invite you to have a look, and to pass the link along to anyone you know who might find it helpful or even just interesting to explore. It's absolutely free, doesn't require any kind of registration, and will almost certainly benefit anyone who seeks answers there.