The Minnesota Law community

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The Minnesota Law community

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.


Proud to Work Minnesota Event

Mossier Proud to Work MinnesotaThe Law School is pleased to partner with Mossier and several other University departments and corporate sponsors to present Proud to Work Minnesota.

Proud to Work Minnesota will be held at the Carlson School of Management 3M Auditorium on Friday, June 7. The conference will bring together leaders in human resources, diversity and inclusion, and employment law for a full day of strategizing around how your organization can be an employer of choice for the LGBTQ community.

Visit ProudtoWorkMN.com for more details, including a full description of all workshops, panels, and speakers.


Diversity Committee Student Takeover of InstagramInstagram Diversity Student Takeover March 2019

In March, 1L Catherine Ulrich, a student member of the Diversity Committee, led a social media takeover of the Law School’s Instagram account that focused on ways students and the Law School are committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion. Cat profiled students, committees, student organizations, and events.

Check out our Instagram to see the first successful takeover by students!


Faculty Perspectives on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Catherine Ulrich, 1L, recently interviewed Professor Neha Jain and Professor Chris Roberts about the faculty perspective of equity, diversity, and inclusion at the Law School.

Read the interviews with Professor Jain and Professor Roberts.


Wellness and Wellbeing

Welcome & Wellness Room

Minnesota Law offers several ways for students, staff, and faculty to engage with the Law School and surrounding communities. However, we know that self-care is also important. 

Yoga in Minnesota Law Wellness RoomMinnesota Law offers a Welcome and Wellness room in N20. Students can relax in a quiet space, take yoga, read, or meditate during the day.

PAWS: Pet Away Worries and Stress

Stressed out? Come de-stress and forget about your worries with Boynton Health. PAWS sessions feature registered therapy animal teams—including dogs, bunnies, chickens, and other therapy animals like cats, miniature horses, Guinea pigs and fancy rats—that you are welcome to interact with and pet.

PAWS: Pet Away Your StressCheck Minnesota Law’s Event Calendar for the schedule of PAWS sessions at the Law School. Sessions are FREE and open to the University of Minnesota community.

Additional Student Resources

Managing stress and addressing personal or health barriers are keys to success in law school and legal practice. Minnesota Law encourages students to seek help for personal, family, academic, or health challenges that arise during law school. Additional student support resources are always available to our community.


Student Perspectives

What I have seen at Minnesota Law is a genuine commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion. -Eduardo Castro, 2L


Notable Alumni


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.

Minnesota Law Affinity Groups

 

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

P: 612-625-5000

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