The Law School has hosted a number of events related to Diversity. See a list of highlights below and view upcoming events at our Events Calendar.
- UM Law hosted a book club for Ibram Kendi’s How to Be an Antiracist for faculty, staff and students. All participants were divided into small groups to have meaningful discussions about racial justice and the book via Zoom during four meetings in July and August.
- In the Fall 2020 semester, UM Law presented a diverse panel on voting rights issues. UM Law also co-sponsored a talk by journalist and educator Jelani Cobb on racial issues in the justice system.
- UM Law hosted a Post-Election Student Forum, where a panel of three public servants – Justice Randy Pierce, Justice Jess Dickinson, and Senator Barbara Blackmon – who hold diverse backgrounds and political beliefs discussed the ramifications of the presidential election. Students were encouraged to ask questions and engage in dialogue at the end of the presentation.