Law School

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has canceled plans to teach a seminar this fall at George Washington University’s law amid student outcry.

Jackson State University received a $50,000 donation from one of its alumni.

While Ketanji Brown Jackson got her legal training at Harvard, her elevation to the Supreme Court opens the door for Black talent everywhere to get the recognition they deserve, especially in HBCU law schools.

The NAACP LDF has launched a $40 million scholarship fund for aspiring civil rights attorneys dedicated to driving change in the South.

A. Benjamin Spencer is the first Black dean in William & Mary Law School’s 241-year history.

#BlackGirlMagic: 16-year-old Haley Taylor Schlitz has been accepted into nine law schools.

A Black single mother whose law school graduation photo went viral has been appointed as assistant county attorney for the Children's Protection Practice Group of Harris County.

Kimberly Mutcherson made history as Rutgers Law’s first Black woman dean.

Our future is looking bright with these young people.

Ieshia Champs, a single mother of five, will graduate from Texas Southern University’s Thurgood Marshall School of Law.

The letter – written by a group of unidentified students – goes on to say many felt affected by the professor's "Black Lives Matter" shirt and that it "alienates and isolates all non-black groups."

When Avonte Oquendo disappeared last year, it was his family and members of the autism community who led the charge in his search. Sadly, Avonte didn’t survive his ordeal and his family wants to ensure that no one else has to go through what they did. Recently, Avonte’s brother Danny entered law school with the goal of becoming […]