The Inclusive Law Community Workgroup hosts two programs for the Elon Law community in the days surrounding the federal holiday memorializing the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
UPDATE (1/8/17 at 11 p.m.): The Community Dialogue scheduled for Monday, Jan. 9, has been postponed for a later day in January due to weather and Elon Law schedule changes. Updates will be announced via email and social media.
POSTPONED to a Later Date
Get Proximate: A Community Dialogue
If you could share something about yourself with your classmates so they could understand you better, what would it be? What would you want to know about them? What happens when we make assumptions about each other that aren’t true? Please join this community dialogue to learn more about yourself and your colleagues in the law school community. All are welcome. Snacks provided. RSVP HERE.
Thursday, January 19, 2017
Elon Law 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Forum: Cherrel Miller Dyce, Assistant Professor of Education, Elon University
Social justice advocate, mentor and social theorist Cherrel Miller Dyce emphasizes cultural competence, diversity, social justice, and critical self-reflection in all of her work. She will share with law school community the importance that personal identity plays in one’s chosen field, with special emphasis on the legal profession. Lunch will be provided. Attendees are kindly asked not to use laptops during the presentation. RSVP HERE.