Events

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The Office of Diversity & Inclusion hosts multiple events throughout the academic year.

Fall 2013 Events

Diversity & Inclusion Reception

Thursday, August 29
4-6 p.m.
Barrister Club
Sponsored by APALSA, BLSA, CLS, J. Reuben Clark Society, JLSA, LLSA, MELSA, OUTLaws, SALSA, SPEAK, and WLS

Bell Hooks & Sharon Davies: A Discussion on the George Zimmerman Verdict

Friday, Oct. 4
Noon
Saxbe Auditorium

Diversity Week

Oct. 21: The Black Law Students Association, Latino Law Students Association, Law School Democrats, and Student Bar Association are co-sponsoring an Immigration Panel discussion. Details on this event will be available at a later time.

Oct. 22: An event titled “Where are We Now? Gay Marriage in Ohio and in America” will take place as a panel discussion on the subject of LGBT marriage equality in Ohio and other states. The program, which is co-sponsored by SBA and OutLaws, is intended to educate attendees on the future impact of judicial and legislative decisions regarding LGBT equality law.

Oct. 23: BLSA, SBA, and SPEAK will host a discussion, “Invisible Barriers: The Modern Day Melting Pot,” that will feature a panel of professors, students, and professionals examining various issues that are affected by race. Topics will include racial interactions between peers and colleagues in the classroom and workplace. The event will serve as interactive exchange between panelists and attendees.

Oct. 24: SBA, the Moritz chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, and the Criminal Law Society will co-host “Ohioans to Stop Executions,” an organization comprised of community leaders, attorneys, and death row exonerees who speak on behalf of their goal to stop the use of the death penalty in Ohio. This unique event at Moritz will involve a panel of organization leaders and several exonerees.