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A Values-Based Pedagogy For The Legal Academy In The Post-Racial Era, Starla J. Williams Jan 2013

A Values-Based Pedagogy For The Legal Academy In The Post-Racial Era, Starla J. Williams

Starla J. Williams

This article explores shifting paradigms for teaching law in the post-racial legal academy. It proposes a normative design to teach legal analysis based on values that are consistent with expanded concepts of diversity in the post-racial era. It offers a fresh look at diversity discourse by exposing obsolete race consciousness that impedes authentic diversity dialogue and inclusiveness in legal communities. Consistent with the understanding that diversity entails more than increased visibility for people of color in the legal profession, this work reveals progressive notions of diversity that include reflections on gender, sexual orientation, disability, age, and other attributes on the ...


Service Learning And Legal Education: A Sense Of Duty, Dana Harrington Conner, Nathaniel C. Nichols, Thomas J. Reed Oct 2008

Service Learning And Legal Education: A Sense Of Duty, Dana Harrington Conner, Nathaniel C. Nichols, Thomas J. Reed

Nathaniel C. Nichols

No abstract provided.


Make The Student The Professor, Katharine F. Nelson Jan 2001

Make The Student The Professor, Katharine F. Nelson

Katharine F. Nelson

No abstract provided.


Decanal And Administrative Opportunities In The New Millennium, Nathaniel C. Nichols Jan 2000

Decanal And Administrative Opportunities In The New Millennium, Nathaniel C. Nichols

Nathaniel C. Nichols

No abstract provided.


Foreword, Nathaniel C. Nichols Jan 2000

Foreword, Nathaniel C. Nichols

Nathaniel C. Nichols

No abstract provided.