Book Series Collaborators


AccessLex Institute

  • Aaron N. Taylor — “Fostering an Equitable Scrum: A Conceptual Framework for Using Antiracist Enrollment Management Practices to Counter Job Market Discrimination”

Al Roker Entertainment

  • Susan Jin Davis

Albany Law School

  • Mary Walsh Fitzpatrick — “What Counts as Philanthropy”

American University Washington College of Law

  • Traci Mundy Jenkins*

Barry University School of Law

  • Nadia Ahmad*

Bates College

  • Garry Jenkins — “Seven Principles for Leading Antiracist Change in Higher Education”

BE MORE with Anu

  • Anu Gupta — “Moving Beyond Platitudes: How Law Schools Can Train Future Lawyers in Antiracist Leadership Skills to Dismantle Racial Caste & Systemic Racism”

Boston University School of Law

  • Angela Onwuachi-Willig

Brooklyn Law School

  • Taja-Nia Henderson*

Capital University Law School

  • Melinda S. Molina — “Standing Your Ground”

Case Western Reserve University School of Law

  • Alireza Nourani-Dargiri — “Reimaging Law School Admissions” and “Mentoring — Helping Minoritized Students Navigate an Overwhelmingly White Profession”

Convenor Conflict Management

  • Christopher Honeyman

Creighton University School of Law

  • Victoria Haneman — “Change Management and the Antiracist Law School”

CUNY School of Law

  • Gayla Jacobson
  • Donna H. Lee
  • Sudha Setty

Dickinson College and Penn State Dickinson Law

  • Dr. Mireille Rebeiz — “Feedback or Expressions of Bias?”

Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law

  • Danielle Boardley — “Unlocking Partnerships Through Vulnerability and Validation”
  • Dan Filler — “Unlocking Partnerships Through Vulnerability and Validation”
  • D. Wendy Greene — “Unlocking Partnerships Through Vulnerability and Validation”

Florida A&M University School of Law

  • Erika Hill

George Washington University School of Law

  • Omari Scott Simmons

Howard University School of Law (alumni)

  • Nancy Johnson — “Antiracist Principles and the Lived Experience of Minoritized and Marginalized Students”

Inside Philanthropy

  • Stacey Suver*

IAALS’ Foundation for Practice Project

  • Dr. Elizabeth Anderson

Isaacson Miller

  • Jeff Kessner — “Selecting a Dean for an Antiracist Law School”
  • Timothy McFeeley — “Selecting a Dean for an Antiracist Law School”

Jane Barr Horstman & Associates

  • Jane Barr Horstman 

JustSpirit LLC

  • Alison McCrary

Law School Admissions Council 

  • Kellye Testy
  • Angela Winfield*

Legaleaze Please! LLC

  • Natasha Robinson

Louisiana State University Law Paul M. Herbert Law Center

  • Alena Allen

Loyola Marymount University Loyola Law School

  • Tristin K. Green

Mitchell Hamline School of Law

  • Leanne Fuith

NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.

  • Adria Nobles Kimbrough — “Is Standardized Testing Antithetical to Antiracism Efforts in Law School Admissions?”

North Carolina Central University School of Law

  • Kevin Lee — “Delivering Curriculum in a Fraught Context: Contending with Colonialism & Color-Evasiveness”

Northern Illinois University College of Law

  • Anita Maddali — “Discussing Difficult Topics”

Penn State College of Education

  • Dorothy H. Evensen

  • Ashley Nichol Patterson

  • Efraín Marimón

  • LaWanda W. M. Ward

Penn State Dickinson Law

  • Dean Danielle M. Conway — “Antiracist Leadership”
  • Julie Tedjeske Crane — “Critical Approaches to Legal Research Instruction”
  • Associate Dean Jeffrey A. Dodge
  • Amy Gaudion — “The Role of Leadership/Administration in Curriculum Development & Maintenance”
  • Dermot Groome — “Critical Pedagogy and Antiracist Legal Education”
  • Titichia M. Jackson
  • Lucy Johnston-Walsh — “Antiracist Clinical Legal Education” and “Reflective Practice for Antiracist Teaching and Learning”
  • Tom Lee — “The Benefits of Holistic Candidate Evaluation in Hiring and Retention — The Fourth Industrial Revolution’s Effective Lawyers”
  • Alison Lintal — “Community Care: Liberatory Well-Being Practices to Develop and Sustain Anti-Racist Law Students, Educators, and Lawyers”*
  • Medha D. Makhlouf — “Reflective Practice for Antiracist Teaching and Learning”
  • Andrea Martin — “Curating Curricular Offerings: From Concept to Implementation”
  • Kelly Rimmer
  • Bekah Saidman-Krauss
  • Rebecca Schreiber — “Creating Meaningful Access: Imagining an Antiracist Financial Aid Office”
  • TaWanda Hunter Stallworth

Penn State Dickinson Law (alumni)

  • Darlene Hemerka, Esq. — “Supporting and Empowering Students with Disabilities: Common Mistakes and Best Practices”
  • Griffith Lindsay — “Why I give? Why do I Support Anti-Racism Initiative in the Academic Affairs and Advancement?”

Penn State Law

  • Jill C. Engle — “Reimagining the Classroom Hierarchy”
  • Wendé Ferguson

Penn State University

  • Tina Flint Hennessey — “Reimagining Advancement through an Antiracist Lens”

Penn State University Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness

  • Cameron Richardson

Pennsylvania Bar Institute

  • Richard McCoy — “What Role Can CLE Play in Creating and Maintaining an Antiracist Legal Profession?”

POWER Interfaith

  • Christa Kerber

RISE Alliance Law School Admissions Council

  • Jay Austin*

Roger Willams University School of Law

  • Nicole P. Dyszlewski
  • Brittany Raposa

Rutgers Law School

  • Kim Mutcherson

Saint Louis University School of Law

  • Marsha Griggs

Saxton & Stump

  • M. Kelly Tillery

Seattle University School of Law

  • Robert Chang — “From Antiracism Statements to Antiracist Action”
  • Gillian Dutton

Southwestern Law School

  • Meera Deo — “Centering Marginalized Populations”
  • Anahid Gharakhanian — “It Doesn’t Have to be This Way: A Better Approach to Admissions”
  • Natalie Rodriguez — “It Doesn’t Have to be This Way: A Better Approach to Admissions”

Southwestern University Law Center

  • Jordan Pittman

St. John’s University School of Law

  • Renee Nicole Allen — “Complicit Bias and the Antiracist Law School”
  • Kristina Ebanks
  • Vernadette Horne

St. Mary’s University School of Law

  • Catherine Casiano, J.D. — “Understanding the Role of Admissions Professionals”
  • Alan Haynes — “Practical Management of Law School Pipeline Initiatives and the Impact on Law School Admissions”
  • Patricia Roberts

The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law

  •    Katrina Lee — “A Holistic Approach to the Business of Law”

The University of New Mexico School of Law

  • Maryam Ahranjani — “The Role of the Law School Dean and Tenured Faculty in Supporting and Sustaining Ethical and Antiracist Admissions Practices”
  • Sonia Gipson Rankin*
  • Marc-Tizoc Gonzalez
  • Carol Suzuki
  • Veronica Gonzales Zamora

The University of Oklahoma Law

  • Carla Pratt*

Touro Law

  • Deseriee Kennedy

University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law

  • Jess Findley — “Building Large, Transformative Replicable Pipelines”
  • Marc L. Miller — “Building Large, Transformative Replicable Pipelines”
  • Keith Swisher — “Building Large, Transformative Replicable Pipelines”

University of California College of the Law, San Francisco (formerly UC Hastings)

  • Mario Lopez
  • Elizabeth McGriff

University of Connecticut Neag School of Education

  • Preston Green*

University of Detroit Mercy School of Law

  • Jelani Jefferson Exum — “Stepping into Antiracist Leadership: Leading as You”

University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law

  • Anthony Ervin

University of Hawai’i at Manoa William S. Richardson School of Law

  • Richard Chen — “Delivering Curriculum in a Fraught Context: Contending with Colonialism & Color-Evasiveness”

University of Houston Law Center

  • Leonard Baynes

University of Idaho College of Law

  • Johanna Kalb — “Learning While Leading: Growing as an Anti-Racist Dean”

University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law

  • Cedric Powell

University of Maine School of Law

  • Jon J. Lee

University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law

  • Demetria D. Frank — “The Meritocracy Myth”

University of Mississippi School of Law

  • Almas Khan

University of Montana Alexander Blewett III School of Law

  • Andrew King-Ries — “Developing Antiracist Professional Identity Through Use of Racial Identity Development Models” and “Preparing Students for the Profession We Have or the Profession We Need? Antiracist Professional Identity in Practice”

University of Pittsburgh School of Law

  • Tomar Pierson-Brown — “The Systems Design Framework”

University of San Francisco School of Law

  • Tristin K. Green — “Beyond Box Checking: Using Anti-racist Imagination to Retool Tomorrow’s Admissions Processes”

University of South Dakota

  • Steven J. Macias

University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law

  • Ashley Golledge — “How to Promote Antiracism through Marketing and Communications”
  • Michael Hunter Schwartz — “Metrics for Advancement” (Fundraising Alumni Relations, and Marketing and Communication)

University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law

  • Elizabeth Kronk Warner — “Indigenizing Law Schools and Graphic Narratives” and the “Construction of Antiracist Legal Pedagogy”

University of Washington School of Law

  • Tamara Lawson
  • Monte Mills

University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law

  • andré douglas pond cummings — “Curating Curricular Offerings: From Concept to Implementation”

UC Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

  • MJ Palau-McDonald

USC Gould School of Law

  • Camille Gear Rich — “Beyond Box Checking: Using Anti-racist Imagination to Retool Tomorrow’s Admissions Processes”
  • Dr. Nickey Woods — “Innovative Pipeline Programming”

Wayne State University Law School

  • Nancy Chi Cantalupo

Western New England University School of Law

  • Bob Statchen — “Curating Curricular Offerings: From Concept to Implementation”

Willamette University College of Law

  • Brian R. Gallini — “A Pathway to Licensure Reform”

William & Mary School of Law

  • Korey Mercer

William S. Boyd School of Law University of Las Vegas

  • Joan W. Howarth

Yale Law School

  • James Forman
  • Kayla Vinson