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Our Community: Active and Committed

Minnesota Law cultivates diverse academic, collegial, and community networking opportunities for students through a wide array of student-led events convened by student affinity organizations and groups that sponsor a large number of diversity, equity, and inclusion-focused events each year.

Meet Minnesota Law’s Student Ambassadors

Student ambassadors work with Minnesota Law’s Office of Admissions to provide outreach and make connections with prospective students who are considering attending the University of Minnesota Law School. Ambassadors help with various initiatives, including attendance at recruiting events, affinity group connections, and pipeline programs like the MN PreLaw Scholars Program and Discover Law. We are pleased to introduce some of Minnesota Law’s student ambassadors who also serve on our diversity and belonging workgroup or are a part of the Law School’s Diversity and Belonging Affinity Council.


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Affinity Groups

Students also expand their networks by connecting with such Twin Cities-based professional groups as the Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers, Minnesota Women Lawyers, and the Minnesota American Indian Bar Association. Minnesota Law alumni are well represented in these organizations and provide mentoring to our students.

Interested in joining a student organization? Email or Nubia Esparza, senior coordinator of diversity & student programs, at More information on student organizations can be found here.

Minnesota Law Affinity Groups

  • Asian Pacific American Law Student Association
  • Black Law Students Association
  • Jewish Law Students Association
  • Latinx Law Students Association
  • Muslim Law Students Association
  • Native American Services Project
  • OutLaw
  • Voices for Immigration Student Association
  • Women’s Law Student Association

Minnesota Law Students Flock to Aid George Floyd Protesters, Advocate for Change

Jessica Bontemps, 2L

When Professor Perry Moriearty put a call out for Minnesota Law students and recent graduates to help individuals arrested protesting the tragic killing of George Floyd, she had no idea that, only four hours later, she’d have 100-plus volunteers register for training. Read story.

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Do you have a Diversity & Inclusion-related comment or concern? Contact the Law School’s Diversity & Belonging Council:

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Walter F. Mondale Hall | 229 19th Avenue South | Minneapolis, MN 55455

P: 612-625-5000

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