"Who Is Going to Law School? The Future of Diversity in the Legal Profession"
On Nov. 19, the Fellows of the American Bar Foundation will host Goodwin Liu of the California Supreme Court for a national discussion exploring the changing diversity of J.D. students.
Justice Liu is co-author of an ABF-sponsored study that provides a thorough examination of recent U.S. law school enrollment trends since the Great Recession. At the event, he will discuss how law school demographics by gender, race, ethnicity, and nationality have changed since the financial crisis a decade ago. The conversation will focus particularly on Asian Americans, and will also examine impending challenges and opportunities that the COVID-19 pandemic has presented for the legal profession.
Learn more and register for the event here.
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