By Julie Silverbrook • March 27, 2014•Law School
Building Her Power Base: Improving Diversity on Law Reviews
On April 3, Ms.JD and New York Law School will host a special program on the 2012-13 Law Review Diversity Report. The Law Review Diversity Report, a collaborative project between Ms.JD and New York Law School, examines how women and minorities are represented on law reviews nationwide.
Building Her Power Base: Improving Diversity on Law Reviews will include a discussion of the Law Review Diversity Report’s findings by Paula Edgar, Chief Diversity Officer, New York Law School, as well as a panel discussion on the significance of law review membership and leadership and suggestions for how to increase the number of female and minority students in these positions.
Please join us at Fish & Richardson, P.C. – 601 Lexington Avenue | 14th Floor | New York, NY 10022, on April 3 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. for evening fare and a panel discussion. Guests should enter on East 53rd Street and check in with security. Photo ID required.
Moderator: Julie Silverbrook, Ms.JD Board Member and Executive Director of the Constitutional Sources Project
Irene Hudson, Principal, Fish & Richardson, P.C.
Hon. Bernice D. Siegal, Supreme Court 11th Judicial District, Civil Term, Queens County, New York
Nancy Leong, Professor, University of Denver Sturm College of Law
Mikayla Consalvo, Editor-in-Chief, NYU Law Review
This event is not to be missed if you are a law student preparing for your law review’s write-on, a student or early career attorney pursuing a judicial clerkship, a diversity professional at a law school or law firm, or a legal academic.