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Volume 27, Issue 1

Articles
WITH A SENSE OF URGENCY: MAKING DIVERSITY MATTER IN LAW SCHOOL ADMISSIONS
Hazel Weiser

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDENT ENROLLMENT AND LAW SCHOOL RANKING
Alfred L. Brophy

THE FATE OF NATIVE AMERICAN DIVERSITY IN AMERICA’S LAW SCHOOLS
Raymond Cross

DON’T CRIMP THE PIPE, OR DAM THE RIVER, AT THE LAW SCHOOL DOOR
Placido G. Gomez, BarbaraKaye Miller, Hermelinda L. Alvarez, Dr. Eric Romero

INCLUDING DIVERSITY IN U.S. NEWS’ RANKINGS: ONE SMALL STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION
Alex M. Johnson, Jr.

ON CHECKBOX DIVERSITY
Philip Lee

U.S. NEWS’ VIEWS ON INCLUDING DIVERSITY IN OUR BEST LAW SCHOOL RANKING
Robert Morse

A TEACHER WHO LOOKS LIKE ME
Sarah E. Redfield, Chris C. Goodman

RECLAIMING OUR ESSENTIAL FREEDOM TO DETERMINE WHO MAY BE ADMITTED TO STUDY LAW
Jeffrey Evans Stake