Live with Kellye & Ken: Advancing Racial Equity in the Legal Profession

November 16, 2020, 4:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
Event Type: Virtual Industry Event

The November edition of Live with Kellye & Ken focused on Advancing Racial Equity in the Legal Profession. In the aftermath of a historic and hotly contested election, we explored questions about racial equity in law and legal education with these distinguished guests:

The panel was moderated by Deans Emeritus Kellye Testy (LSAC president and CEO) and Ken Randall (iLaw founder and president) and addressed the following questions:

  • In light of the election, what’s top of mind when it comes to equity and law and legal education?
  • Do law and legal education have unique roles to play in advancing racial equity?
  • How can we best support law students from underrepresented groups so that they become successful lawyers who add their diverse voices to the legal profession?
  • Why is law school the right choice at this time in our history for making needed contributions to society?

This discussion included a Q&A period at the end.

 

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November 16, 2020, 4:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
Event Type: Virtual Industry Event

The November edition of Live with Kellye & Ken focused on Advancing Racial Equity in the Legal Profession. In the aftermath of a historic and hotly contested election, we explored questions about racial equity in law and legal education with these distinguished guests:

The panel was moderated by Deans Emeritus Kellye Testy (LSAC president and CEO) and Ken Randall (iLaw founder and president) and addressed the following questions:

  • In light of the election, what’s top of mind when it comes to equity and law and legal education?
  • Do law and legal education have unique roles to play in advancing racial equity?
  • How can we best support law students from underrepresented groups so that they become successful lawyers who add their diverse voices to the legal profession?
  • Why is law school the right choice at this time in our history for making needed contributions to society?

This discussion included a Q&A period at the end.

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