All law schools have what they need to achieve this important goal.
[Editor’s note: Many law schools are doing innovative things these days, yet it’s hard to overcome the narrative that nothing in legal education ever changes. I’m often reminded of this fact when I discover important and thoughtful innovations by my own colleagues at Maurer Law. Legal Evolution is publishing this “how-to” piece on diversifying adjunct faculty to help scale a working solution to an important problem. By the way, Legal Evolution will definitely consider essays on innovations at other law schools. wdh]
One continuing challenge for law schools is to improve faculty diversity, particularly for schools located in non-urban areas. This short essay describes how a collaborative strategy at Indiana University Maurer School of Law, which is located in Bloomington, leverages alumni talents across the country to expand opportunities to hire a highly accomplished and diverse adjunct faculty.
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