Journal of Legal Education Issue Explores the Impact of COVID – 19 and Black Lives Matter

The recently released issue 69-3 of the Journal of Legal Education issue includes articles from early-career legal scholars detailing the impact of COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter movement on law schools and society. In this collection, authors from underrepresented communities share their path to teaching and provide suggestions on how law and legal education should change. Additional articles in this issue focus on law graduate debt, becoming a law teacher, scholarly impact, and teaching during the pandemic. This issue was edited by Northeastern University School of Law and features the following articles:

Get In Good Trouble: A Collection of Essays by Millennial Law Scholars

Other Articles

Book Reviews