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Second Annual Conference of the Research Group on Legal Diversity to Convene May 10-11

May 8, 2013, ABF news

The second annual conference of the Research Group on Legal Diversity of the American Bar Foundation will convene May 10-11 in the Northwestern University Law School. All conference sessions will take place in the Rubloff Building, Room 150. 

Established in 2011, the Research Group on Legal Diversity  examines trends in diversity in the legal profession and other institutions of justice and the impact of diversity on legal processes and institutions. The theme of this year's conference is "Pursuing Diverse Talent in Legal and Professional Services: Research within and Across Professions, Organizations, and Societies." Organized around the theme of talentthe premise of this conference is that much can be learned by considering these issues within and across different professions, organizations, and societies.  The conference brings together practitioner-leaders and prominent scholars to facilitate the dissemination of research and stimulate new lines of inquiry. Click here to the view the conference schedule.

With questions or for more information about the conference, please contact Spencer Headworth ( or 312-988-6534) or Katy Harris ( or 312-988-6515).

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