2nd Biennial Promoting Diversity in Law School Leadership Workshop

September 25 - 26, 2009

Resources from 1st Biennial Workshop

The First Biennial Workshop on Promoting Diversity in Law School Leadership was sponsored by the Seattle University School of Law and the Society of American Law Teachers (SALT) and was held in Seattle, Washington, on September 28-29, 2007. A number of panelists as well as select proceedings were published in the Seattle University Law Review. These materials may be of interest to those interested in pursuing a law school leadership position.

Encouraging Diversity in Law School Deanships
Kellye Y. Testy

Deaning for Whom? Means and Ends in Legal Education
Hon. Kristin Booth Glen

Recruiting Sexual Minorities and People with Disabilities to be Dean
Joan W. Howarth

Be Careful What you Wish for: Succeeding in the Dean Candidate Pool
Gail B. Agrawal

Leading Change in Legal Education: Good News for Diversity
Antoinette Sedillo Lopez

Knowing Which Deanship is the Right One
R. Lawrence Dessem

Succeeding in the Candidate Pool: Resources Available for Persons Interested in Becoming a Law School Dean
David A. Brennan

Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Find me the Perfect (Decanal) Match
William B.T. Mock

Commentary

Deciding to Become a Dean
Kevin R. Johnson
Peter Alexander
Linda Ammons

Understanding the Dean's Job
Barry R. Vickery

Succeeding in the Candidate Pool
W. H. Knight

Accepting the Job and First Key Steps
Linda Crane
Edward Rubin
Aviam Soifer

Justice Fred H. Dore Courtroom