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The Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law provides opportunities for students, scholars, practitioners and community members to examine and exchange ideas related to race, inequality, and leadership through lectures, symposia and scholarship. A project of the Law School, the interdisciplinary center, among other things, coordinates curricular development to offer a concentration of courses and serves as a resource for faculty whose teaching or scholarship addresses subjects related to race, ethnicity and inequality. In addition to developing and providing a home for events and activities pertaining to these issues—including the prestigious lecture series named for civil rights attorney, critical race theory pioneer, and beloved NYU Law professor Derrick Bell—the center will grow to offer scholarships and fellowships, embracing projects that diversify not only the pipeline to legal scholarship, but to societal leadership more broadly. With a foundation in New York City, deep connectivity to the world of practice, and a global perspective, NYU School of Law is ideally suited to developing a center to examine and address issues of race, inequality, and the law using a multi-disciplinary approach.
In the Media
Chicago on Trial by Clarence Okoh
How California’s Cash Bail Overhaul May Do More Harm Than Good — And What Can Be Done to Fix It by Vincent M. Southerland
Immigration Law: The Breeding Ground for Racist Culture by Sarah Hamilton-Jiang
With AI And Criminal Justice, The Devil Is In The Data by Vincent M. Southerland
Dangerous Leaders: How and Why Lawyers Must be Taught to Lead by Anthony C. Thompson
A Perilous Path Talking Race, Inequality, and the Law by Sherrilyn Ifill, Loretta Lynch, Bryan Stevenson, and Anthony C. Thompson
Call For Papers
2nd Biennial Conference on Race + IP - Exclusions, Engagements, Empowerment at New York University School of Law on April 5-6, 2019
Our Year In Review 2017-2018 Report
Speak Up, Speak Out: A Youth Summit on Policing in New York City February 5, 2019 from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM at New York University Kimmel Center, Rosenthal Pavilion
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