On Friday, April 19, the City Bar will close at 2:00 p.m. in observance of Good Friday and Passover.
Best Practices for Educators and Employers Building and Supporting the Pipeline
A forum for educators and employers on supporting diversity in the legal profession.
This program is on hiatus.
Raising the Bar (Exam): Strategies for Increasing the Minority Law Student Bar Exam Pass Rate
March 27, 2014; 5pm
An annual forum presented by the City Bar Committee on Diversity Pipeline Initiatives for educators, employers, and regional pipeline organizations, to discuss ways to increase the pass rate of minority bar takers.
Annual Best Practices for Building and Supporting the Pipeline Forum
Each year, the Committee on Diversity Pipeline Initiatives hosts a Best Practices for Building and Supporting the Pipeline forum. This forum brings together regional pipeline organizations, legal educators and legal employers to discuss the importance of promoting diversity in the legal profession by encouraging programming and involvement for students considering a legal career. Forum participants identify the challenges to pipeline diversity and develop strategies and best practices to overcome these challenges through effective collaboration with organizations that promote similar missions. Following each forum, the Committee issues a set of best practices to assist with the development of diversity programs.
For more information about this program, please contact the Office for Diversity & Inclusion at email@example.com.
2013 Post-Conference Report: Empowering Tomorrow's Leaders - Best Practices for Supporting Diverse Students During Law School and Into Employment [download]
2012 Post-Conference Report: Expanding the Pipeline to the Legal Profession for Diverse College Students & Recent Graduates [download]
2011 Post-Conference Report: Best Practices for Educators and Employers on Building and Supporting the Pipeline [download]
Past Best Practices Programs
Empowering Tomorrow's Leaders: Best Practices for Supporting Diverse Students During Law School and Into Employment
Expanding the Pipeline to the Legal Profession for Diverse College Students & Recent Graduates