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BOOKS RELATED TO DIVERSITY AND LAW SCHOOL


REPORTS/ STUDIES RELATED TO DIVERSITY

  • Diversity in Law Firms 2003
    United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
  • Glass Ceiling Task Force study -- Final Report of the 2001 Self-Audit for Gender and Racial Equity (a survey of Washington State law firms), conducted by the Washington Supreme Court Gender and Justice Commission: Glass Ceiling Task Force.


ARTICLES RELATING TO DIVERSITY IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION

WSBA Bar News

  • Proud to be a Lawyer: Hispanic-American Lawyers: Benito Juarez and the Legal Tradition in Latin America by Zulema Hinojos-Fall, December 2002 (pdf link)
  • Overcoming Obstacles --- and Involvement in the Community: The Story of Latino Lawyers in Washington State by Maria Chavez, Ph.D., August 2003 (pdf link)
  • Unfaltering Resolve—the great trial lawyer, Abraham Lincoln by Dick Manning, January 2003 (pdf link)
  • Why Diversity Matters—Reflecting the Public We Serve by David Savage, January 2004  (pdf link)
  • Listening to Diversity Concerns by David Savage, April 2004  (pdf link)
  • History in the Making: Ron Ward: 114th President of the Washington State Bar Association, First President of Color, by Kathy Henning, October 2004 (pdf link)
  • WSBA Leadership Institute: Growing Lawyer Leadership for the Future, by Ron Ward, December 2004 (pdf link)
  • Leadership with Style: The WSBA Leadership Institute by Joslyn K. Donlin, April 2005 (pdf link)
  • Why Diversity? Rendering the Service of Reflecting the Persons we Serve, Leveling the Profession's Economic Playing Field, and Achieving True American Community by Ron Ward, April 2005 (pdf link)

WSTLA's Trial News

  • Reflections on Diversity and the Law for Black History Month by Thaddeus Martin.  March 2004  (pdf link)
  • Secrets of Successful Cross-Cultural Client Interviews by Elizabeth Miu-Lan Young. March 2004 (pdf link)
  • Diversity and Outreach Committee Takes Affirmative Steps by Moni Law. March 2004 (pdf link)
  • Carl Maxey, a Fitting Role Model for WSLTA's Trailblazer by Moni Law, April 2005 (pdf link)

KCBA Bar Bulletin

  • Profile: Dean W.H. (Joe) Knight Jr., African-American Dean of University of Washington law school by Joan Leah Middleton, January 2004 (pdf link)

Washington's Law and Politics

  • Gaining and Retaining Diversity: How well do law firms keep their promise of a diverse environment? By Paul Freeman, June/July 2003. (pdf link)
  • Angels of the Bar: In spite of intense pressure to succeed, the attorneys in this diverse young group give lavishly of their time to worthy causes by Irene Svete, June/ July 2004 (pdf link)
  • Power Surge: In law firms and courtrooms across Washington State, women are making their presence known.  June/July 2005 (pdf link)

 

 

 

Spokane County Bar Association
Diversity Section
1116 W. Broadway, 4th Floor Annex
Spokane, WA 99260-0030

 

Books Related to Diversity and Law School


REPORTS/ STUDIES RELATED TO DIVERSITY

  • Diversity in Law Firms 2003
    United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
  • Glass Ceiling Task Force study -- Final Report of the 2001 Self-Audit for Gender and Racial Equity (a survey of Washington State law firms), conducted by the Washington Supreme Court Gender and Justice Commission: Glass Ceiling Task Force.

ARTICLES RELATING TO DIVERSITY IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION

WSBA Bar News

  • Proud to be a Lawyer: Hispanic-American Lawyers: Benito Juarez and the Legal Tradition in Latin America by Zulema Hinojos-Fall, December 2002 (pdf link)
  • Overcoming Obstacles --- and Involvement in the Community: The Story of Latino Lawyers in Washington State by Maria Chavez, Ph.D., August 2003 (pdf link)
  • Unfaltering Resolve—the great trial lawyer, Abraham Lincoln by Dick Manning, January 2003 (pdf link)
  • Why Diversity Matters—Reflecting the Public We Serve by David Savage, January 2004  (pdf link)
  • Listening to Diversity Concerns by David Savage, April 2004  (pdf link)
  • History in the Making: Ron Ward: 114th President of the Washington State Bar Association, First President of Color, by Kathy Henning, October 2004 (pdf link)
  • WSBA Leadership Institute: Growing Lawyer Leadership for the Future, by Ron Ward, December 2004 (pdf link)
  • Leadership with Style: The WSBA Leadership Institute by Joslyn K. Donlin, April 2005 (pdf link)
  • Why Diversity? Rendering the Service of Reflecting the Persons we Serve, Leveling the Profession's Economic Playing Field, and Achieving True American Community by Ron Ward, April 2005 (pdf link)

WSTLA's Trial News

  • Reflections on Diversity and the Law for Black History Month by Thaddeus Martin.  March 2004  (pdf link)
  • Secrets of Successful Cross-Cultural Client Interviews by Elizabeth Miu-Lan Young. March 2004 (pdf link)
  • Diversity and Outreach Committee Takes Affirmative Steps by Moni Law. March 2004 (pdf link)
  • Carl Maxey, a Fitting Role Model for WSLTA's Trailblazer by Moni Law, April 2005 (pdf link)

KCBA Bar Bulletin

  • Profile: Dean W.H. (Joe) Knight Jr., African-American Dean of University of Washington law school by Joan Leah Middleton, January 2004 (pdf link)

Washington's Law and Politics

  • Gaining and Retaining Diversity: How well do law firms keep their promise of a diverse environment? By Paul Freeman, June/July 2003. (pdf link)
  • Angels of the Bar: In spite of intense pressure to succeed, the attorneys in this diverse young group give lavishly of their time to worthy causes by Irene Svete, June/ July 2004 (pdf link)
  • Power Surge: In law firms and courtrooms across Washington State, women are making their presence known.  June/July 2005 (pdf link)

 

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