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The ADA on the edge of 17: That was the law that was
In addressing the concept of diversity within the legal profession, the constituencies that most often come to mind are women, racial and ethnic minorities and persons with alternate sexual orientations or gender issues. But there is another, sometimes over-looked, group of lawyers who should be included in any discussion on diversity—namely, lawyers with disabilities.
ISBA visits SIU School of Law
On April 11-12, 2008, the ISBA Standing Committees on Women and the Law and Women and Minority Participation visited SIU School of Law in Carbondale.
A square peg in a round world
I am a square peg in a round world, but I have many different ideas to offer, many different ways to look at problems, and offer diversity in a round world.
Why diversity matters. . .
The members of the Standing Committee on Women and the Law and the Standing Committee on Minority and Women Participation share their views on why diversity matters to them.