To educate attorneys, judges, and members of the public about the law as it relates to racial and ethnic minority groups;
To monitor and comment upon proposed legislation, administrative rules, and judicial decisions that uniquely affect racial and ethnic minority groups;
To gather and centralize resources on other issues impacting racial and ethnic minorities and to serve as a voice to the ISBA, the legal profession, and society at large on those issues: and
To further the professional development and inclusion of minority attorneys and law students, as well as practitioners who serve minority clients, by creating programming and other resources to support their professional needs.
After Shelby County v. Holder: The Impact on Voting Access
September 24, 2014 – Chicago – Online Course