We invite you to attend the Chicana/o-Latina/o Law Review's 2017 symposium:
The (Re)Defining Diversity Symposium
February 16, 4:00-7:00pm
February 17, 11:30am-2:30pm
Symposium flyer with participating speakers
The (Re)Defining Diversity Symposium, a joint Symposium with the National Black Law Journal and the Women's Law Journal, will seek to interrogate what diversity means in various academic, professional, and social contexts and provide a space for meaningful dialogue around rethinking traditional definitions of diversity.
The Symposium will showcase presentations from scholars, practitioners, and community members who represent the identity groups each of our journals seeks to empower.
Additionally, we will incorporate the voices and viewpoints of those within the audience through inclusive panel moderation.
We will conclude the Symposium with a friendly reception to allow guests and participants the opportunity to continue this meaningful conversation.
**This event is free and open to the public**
Sponsors and Supporters Include: UCLA Healthy Campus Initiative, the David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy, the Critical Race Studies Program at UCLA School of Law, UCLA School of Law's Black Law Students Association, Law Women of UCLA, UCLA's Graduate Students Association, El Centro Legal at UCLA School of Law, the UCLA School of Law's Student Bar Association, and La Raza Law Students Association at UCLA School of Law.
We greatly appreciate the support of these organizations for making this event possible.
Symposium Flyer Design by Emmanuel Mauleon (Chief Developmental Editor)