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Diversity

Diversity, inclusion, and cultural competency are critical to fulfilling our mission as a law school and as part of the legal community.

As a professional school preparing the next generation of our nation’s lawyers, we believe that our promise to support diversity is both an academic and professional duty. (Read the college’s resolution affirming the inherent educational benefits of diversity for the college environment).

Increasing the diversity of the legal profession and developing the cultural competency of our students is part of the Law School’s commitment to promoting equal access to justice and training the best professionals in all fields of legal practice.

This website is a resource for students, staff, faculty, and prospective students to learn about the diversity of experience and background on our campus and to access relevant resources, events and policies.

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EVENTS

November 15th, 2019

  • NAYA Gala 2019
    Join the Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA) for their 16th Annual Gala & Auction in celebration of Native American Heritage Month!
    Enjoy great conversation, community, a specially prepared Native-inspired meal, and live music. The gala raises awareness and much-needed funding for the life changing services NAYA provides, impacting more than 10,000 people each year.

June 5th, 2019

  • Gambatte: An American Legacy
    Through theatre, dance, music and historical documentation, this 90-minute performance explores the resilience and fortitude of the Japanese-American community, from Nihonmachi to now. This performance is a way to raise empathy and heal the emotional legacy and the effects of racism in America.

June 4th, 2019

  • Gambatte: An American Legacy
    Through theatre, dance, music and historical documentation, this 90-minute performance explores the resilience and fortitude of the Japanese-American community, from Nihonmachi to now. This performance is a way to raise empathy and heal the emotional legacy and the effects of racism in America.

June 3rd, 2019

  • Gambatte: An American Legacy
    Through theatre, dance, music and historical documentation, this 90-minute performance explores the resilience and fortitude of the Japanese-American community, from Nihonmachi to now. This performance is a way to raise empathy and heal the emotional legacy and the effects of racism in America.

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