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Law Student Disclosure Obligations: COVID Compliance Addendum


The Law School joins with the Black Law Students Association in celebrating Black History Month this February.  More programming and resources will be added to the list below as the month continues, so check back often!

Women in Law Netflix Watch Party: Loving

Have plans for your Wellness Day? Join Women in Law for a movie night on Tuesday, February 23 at 7pm! We will be screening Loving on Netflix using Teleparty.  Join the Netflix virtual watch party!

Netflix Watch Party: Becoming

Join the Law Students of Color Collaborative for a Netflix virtual watch party of Becoming, the Michelle Obama documentary.  The watch party is Thursday, February 11 at 8 p.m. (

“Why Do You Care About My Hair?”

The National Black Law Students Association and Mindfulness in Law Society are kicking off their anti-racism initiative on February 11 with monthly programming.  This month’s program is on February 11, 2021 at 12 PM entitled, “Why Do You Care About My Hair?”  During this program, they will discuss natural hair in the legal workplace. 

Great Debaters Movie Night

BLSA is partnering with the Mock Trial Bar to present the Great Debaters virtually on February 17.

Reading Materials are available from NBLSA.

National Museum of African American History & Culture Online Exhibit:

The National Museum of African American History & Culture in conjunction with the Smithsonian’s open access initiative have made objects from NMAAHC’s collection available.  Please also check out the NMAAHC's Learning Lab.

United States Civil Rights Trail: Interactive History

Challenge the conventional. Create the exceptional. No Limits.