Back to NLaw News

Diversity and Inclusion


Northwestern Pritzker Law Co-Hosts “Brown v. Board of Education at 70: An Evolving Legacy” Event

Seventy years after the Supreme Court found segregated schools unconstitutional, Brown vs. Board of Education continues to shape education policy and practice as well as the legal field. ...

Read More


Celebrating Pride Month: A Conversation With Kara Ingelhart

This year, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law’s Bluhm Legal Clinic launched the LGBTQI+ Rights Clinic to advance advocacy in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex ...

Read More


Northwestern Pritzker School of Law Names Inaugural Director of LGBTQI+ Rights Clinic

Northwestern Pritzker School of Law is excited to announce that after an extensive national search, Kara Ingelhart (she/her) joins the Northwestern Pritzker Law faculty as a Clinical Assistant ...

Read More


Pushback to DEI and the Impact on Women in the Legal Profession

On March 27, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law’s Gender Equity Initiative (GEI) and Alumni Relations and Development, in partnership with the Women of Color Collective Alumni Affinity Group, ...

Read More


Jamelia Morgan Named a 2024 Emerging Scholar by Diverse Magazine

Diverse: Issues In Higher Education recently named Jamelia Morgan, professor of law and the Director of the Center for Racial and Disability Justice, as one of its 2024 Emerging Scholars ...

Read More


Northwestern Pritzker Law Welcomes New Students for Orientation Week

Last week, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law welcomed incoming students to the Law School with a week of campus-wide events to celebrate the start of the 2023-24 academic year.

Read More


Northwestern Pritzker Law Celebrates Professor Emerita Joyce A. Hughes

On Friday, April 14, the Northwestern Pritzker Law community, family, close friends, and colleagues gathered in the Thorne auditorium to celebrate the legacy of Joyce A. Hughes, trailblazer and ...

Read More


Center for Racial and Disability Justice Launches with Professor Jamelia Morgan

On November 16, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law launched the Center for Racial and Disability Justice (CRDJ). Under the leadership of Jamelia Morgan, professor of law, the Center will promote ...

Read More


“While the Unknown is Scary, You’re More Prepared Than You Think”: Alicia L. Crawford (JD ’24) on Transitioning from Military Life to Student Life

The student body at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law is vibrant. It’s full of individuals from all walks of life—whether they’re non-traditional, fresh out of undergrad, or starting a second ...

Read More