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Students Discuss Native American Heritage Month and Building Capacity for NALSA

November is Native American Heritage Month. Four Minnesota Law students, who are members of the Native American Law Student Association (NALSA), answered questions about what Native American Heritage Month means to them and about building capacity for the newly re-formed NALSA affinity group. 

What does Native American Heritage Month Mean to You?

Members of the Native American Law Student Association

Racial Justice Law Clinic Featured in U of M's "Building a Better World" Series

Minnesota Law's new Racial Justice Law Clinic, led by associate clinical professor Liliana Zaragoza, is highlighted today in the University of Minnesota's newly launched "Building a Better World" series. The series focuses on ways in which the University "is adapting to the needs of a rapidly changing world by creating new ways of thinking, of doing, and of being." 

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Class of 2025 Sets Records in Diversity, Academic Strength

The 229 first-year J.D. students entering the Law School this year bring exceptional educational and professional backgrounds. The record-setting class boasts the highest academic credentials and represent the most diverse class in Law School history.

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Dean Jenkins, Eight Minnesota Law Alumni Honored by Minnesota Lawyer with Diversity & Inclusion Awards

Garry W. Jenkins, dean and William S. Pattee Professor of Law, and eight Minnesota Law alumni were honored by Minnesota Lawyer with Diversity and Inclusion Awards.

The award is for groups and individuals who have made a significant impact with respect to diversity and inclusion on the greater community or within their organizations. They will be honored at an awards celebration on Oct. 5. (Register)

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