Posts tagged: American Bar Association - Diverse

Don LeDuc Helps to Make Law School More Accessible

by Walter Hudson | July 23, 2018 Don LeDuc, president of the Western Michigan University’s Cooley Law School, has one piece of Read more

Phyllis Craig-Taylor: A Social Justice Advocate from the Start

by | July 20, 2018
Phyllis Craig-Taylor’s formative years in Jim Crow-era Alabama cultivated in the educator a p [...] Read more

Troubled For-profit Law School in North Carolina Closing

by Associated Press | August 16, 2017
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The alumni association president of a troubled, for-profit law school in No [...] Read more

Renowned Black Law Professor Files Complaint Against Campbell University for Discrimination

by Jamal Eric Watson | March 1, 2017
Amos Jones cites “silent treatment,” tabling of tenure application, and sudden notice of no [...] Read more

Lawsuit Accuses Charlotte School of Law of Hiding Problems

by Associated Press | December 26, 2016
CHARLOTTE, N.C. —Two Charlotte School of Law students are suing the for-profit school, saying [...] Read more

Legal Profession Struggling With Dearth of Minority Representation

by Catherine Morris | November 4, 2015
A dearth of minority representation in the legal profession remains a serious issue that begins [...] Read more

New Law Strategies Needed to Expand Services to the Poor

by Lydia Lum | May 5, 2015
In order to expand and improve delivery of legal services to low- and moderate-income populatio [...] Read more