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The faculty of Cardozo Law School has adopted revisions to the curriculum designed to help our students examine and understand racism in the law and throughout the legal system. The changes include an upper-level requirement in race and the law; an expansion of class offerings covering issues related to race and the law; a new emphasis on racial context and impacts in courses not primarily about race; and required training workshops for students and faculty on implicit bias, cultural competency, and leading classroom discussions that involve race and racism.
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, "Cardozo to Adopt Broader Approach to Teaching About Race, Racism and the Law: Changes Include a Required Upper-level Course and Expanded Curricular Offerings" (2021). Cardozo News 2021. 54.