Vol. 31 No. 1, September - September 2015
- The more things change ...: exploring solutions to persisting discrimination in legal academia.
- A better tenure battle: fighting bias in teaching evaluations.
- How to eat the elephant in the legal academy.
- Podia and pens: dismantling the two-track system for legal research and writing faculty.
- Putting legal writing on the tenure track: one school's experience.
- A bisexual perspective on law school hiring.
- 'Truth and reconciliation': a critical step toward eliminating race and gender violations in tenure wars.
- Oil and water: how legal education's doctrine and skills divide reproduces toxic hierarchies.
- "Just another little black boy from the South Side of Chicago": overcoming obstacles and breaking down barriers to improve diversity in the law professoriate.
- Still using the wrong yardstick: measuring quality by the proxies of bias, conformity, and rumor.
- Must we deploy drones in the twenty-first century to target under the radar discrimination against minority women at law schools at historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs)?
- Who's afraid of white class migrants? On denial, discrediting and disdain (and toward a richer conception of diversity).
- Who's afraid of white class migrants? on denial, discrediting and disdain (and toward a richer conception of diversity).