By Julie Silverbrook • June 30, 2014•Ms. JD, Ms. JD Weekly Roundup, Careers, Legal Academia, Law School
Ms. JD and New York Law School (NYLS) invite law review editors to participate in our 2013-2014 Law Review Diversity Survey. Now in its fourth year, the NYLS/Ms.JD survey measures gender and racial diversity on the flagship law reviews or law journals of each American Bar Association (ABA) accredited law school.
This year, we are asking that law review faculty advisors, working in conjunction with law review and law journal editors, submit the data for our Diversity Survey by September 28, 2014.
Please click here to participate and provide information about your 2013-2014 law review/law journal staff.
All responses are confidential and will not be associated with your law review or journal in our report. Your participation is important to understanding one crucial component of the experience of women and racial minorities in law school. Participation on law review has been shown to have a direct correlation to future leadership and professional opportunities in the legal field.
Our previous studies have been widely reported and recognized throughout the legal community by the National Law Journal, ABA President Laurel Bellows, the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession Committee, the National Jurist, JD Journal, TaxProf Blog, and Thomson Reuters, among others. We look forward to reporting on the 2013-2014 survey in the winter.
You can read our 2012-13 Law Review Diversity report here.