Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Anti-Racist Curricular Resources from Cardozo

As part of an effort to help faculty identify course specific material related to racial justice, Cardozo Law School has developed a new hub for Anti-Racist DEI Curricular Resources.  The resource is now available to professors at all institutions.  The resource is organized by common law school classes and primarily includes readings focused on the intersection of race (and other DEI topics) and that class.  I looked over the Immigration Law and Constitutional Law sections and found some helpful ideas. Those teaching courses that have less established connection may find it especially helpful.

The Hub Includes:

  • Resources for 1L Courses Recommended readings and other course materials for Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Contract Law, Criminal Law, Property Law and Torts.
  • Resources for Upper-Level Courses Recommended readings and other course materials for Upper-Level courses including Administrative Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution & Mediation, Bankruptcy Law, Clinical Education, Contract Drafting, Criminal Procedure, Environmental Law, Evidence, Family Law, Federal Courts, Human Rights Law, Immigration Law, Insurance Law, Intellectual Property Law,  New York Law & Courts, Tax Law and Wills, Trusts & Estates.
  • Professional Development Resources For Professors
  • Background Materials 

MHC (h/t Peter Markowitz)


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