A Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Belonging
“We bring our founding aspirations closer to reality by creating a diverse community of students, faculty, and staff that ensures the belonging, thriving, and success of every member.”
—DEAN RISA GOLUBOFF
FAST FACTS ABOUT DIVERSITY
STUDENTS DISCUSS DIVERSITY
“I currently serve as president of the Middle Eastern and North African Law Student Association, and I feel that the administration genuinely cares about our organization and its place at the Law School.”
“I ran for Student Bar Association senator and became chair of the Diversity Advisory Council. ... There is always more to be done, but I’m confident that we’re making headway.”
“It is important that our communities and institutions build a culture where everyone contributes and those contributions are valued. Only then can we build equity in our society.”
“Diversity is not tolerance, but acceptance, inclusion, respect, and understanding of the unique qualities and lived experiences.”
What It Means To Be First-Gen
Students share what being a first-generation student means to them, their families, friends and communities.
Made To Be AUSAs
Meet 10 alumni from the Class of 2011 who are serving as assistant U.S. attorneys across the country.
A Marine’s Law School Journey
Bryan Blaylock ’23 used his resilience, leadership and teamwork skills to overcome the challenges of transitioning from the military to the classroom.