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Jotwell: The Journal of Things We Like (Lots)


In the last few years, law schools and law professors have given new attention to how questions of race can be interwoven into courses that are not explicitly about race. Much has been written about how to do so in both first-year and upper-level courses, and, from all reports, the law school classroom has meaningfully changed. My sense, though it is completely impressionistic and unscientific, is that the typical Administrative Law course may have changed less than many others. It seems fair to say, at least, that there has not developed a standard suite of topics that a professor wanting to integrate questions of race and racism might include. (Though for those interested, the 2020 Symposium on Racism in Administrative Law on the Notice & Comment blog is a very useful place to start.)



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University of Miami School of Law


Administrative Law | Law



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