Location

Room 134

Start Date

3-3-2014 2:15 PM

End Date

3-3-2014 3:15 PM

Description

Jonathan Feingold will discuss his article "Measuring The Racial Uneveness of Law School," published in the Berkeley Journal of African American Law & Policy volume 15 (2013). In his article, Feingold argues that although diversity may be a priority for some law schools, minority students still face a more difficult road to a juris doctorate than their white counterparts due to uneven obstacles. His talk will be very interactive, employing the use of electronic voting clickers to poll the audience throughout the presentation.

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Mar 3rd, 2:15 PM Mar 3rd, 3:15 PM

Afternoon Breakout Session II

Room 134

Jonathan Feingold will discuss his article "Measuring The Racial Uneveness of Law School," published in the Berkeley Journal of African American Law & Policy volume 15 (2013). In his article, Feingold argues that although diversity may be a priority for some law schools, minority students still face a more difficult road to a juris doctorate than their white counterparts due to uneven obstacles. His talk will be very interactive, employing the use of electronic voting clickers to poll the audience throughout the presentation.