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Cultivating Alliances & Committing to a Culture of Racial and Ethnic Inclusion in Legal Education
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10/17/2014
When: 10-10-2014
8:30am to 4:30pm
Where: Syracuse University College of Law - Dineen Hall
950 Irving Avenue
New York
Syracuse, New York  13244
United States
Presenter: Former AABANY VP of Programs and Operations, James Yu, is among the speakers

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Addressing Critical Needs: 

Cultivating Alliances and Committing to a Culture of Racial

and Ethnic Inclusion in Legal Education

 

Friday, October 17th

 

 

Conference Summary:

Syracuse University College of Law cordially invites you to a one-day conference where we will examine and discuss the obstacles to racial and ethnic diversity and inclusion in legal education and the legal profession.  Through dialogue and the sharing of experiences and ideas, we will:

 

  • Evaluate institutional efforts towards achieving meaningful inclusion of students of color from the pipeline, to the classroom, to the workplace.
  • Identify and implement effective approaches to increase racial and ethnic diversity in law schools.
  • Develop essential lawyering skills and cultural competencies to meet the legal needs of diverse communities.
  • Explore how law schools can create an environment where students of color thrive, engage, and remain connected to the law school and the legal community at large.
  • Devise an action plan for law schools and legal employers that incorporates deliberate efforts to make inclusion matter in their institutions and their communities.

Where:

Syracuse University College of Law

Dineen Hall

950 Irving Avenue

Syracuse, New York 13244


Register:

Please follow the link to our Conference Registration Page to register.

Registration fee is $100; $150 by check at the door.

 

 

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