This guide gathers materials and resources on the topic of DEIJ in law schools. The guide is meant to serve as a resource for faculty, adjuncts, students, staff, and librarians. We would like to acknowledge the University of Oregon John E. Jaqua Law Library's "Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Practices in the Law School Classroom" library guide, the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library's "Diversity in the Legal Profession" and "Diversity Readings Related to First-Year Courses" library guides, the ALWD Publications Committee 2018 Readings Lists, and the suggestions of our faculty, staff, students, and other colleagues around the country for providing many of the titles we have found in this guide.
Please visit the Moritz Student Groups page for more information on student organizations and affinity groups that promote a culture of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice at Moritz College of Law.
This guide is not intended to be a "finished" product, but is rather a living effort to build on our community's knowledge, capacity, and pedagogy. To that end, we welcome feedback and suggestions on improvements and additions. We are also happy to work with individual faculty members and student organizations to develop course or area-specific guides, which will allow for a deeper and more focused exploration of resources than we have the space for in this guide.
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