The Southern Illinois University School of Law is an anti-racist institution that is committed to principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion, both in the profession of law and society at large. We welcome and actively recruit students, staff, and faculty who want to work and learn in an environment that nurtures and respects diversity in all its forms, including race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, age, ethnicity, national origin, culture and physical ability.
Antiracism statement by the faculty of the Southern Illinois University School of Law
Projects and Programs
Examining the Historical Connections Between Slavery, Race, and the Law in Southern Illinois
OUTlaw Translegal Name Change and Gender Marker Project
School of Law Immigration Detention Project
School of Law Women in Leadership Program
American Bar Association Diversity and Inclusion Resources
Association of American Law Schools Law Deans Antiracist Clearinghouse Project
Illinois State Bar Association Diversity and Inclusion
Law School Admissions Council Diversity in Law School
Selections from the SIU School of Law Library Collection: Works on Diversity, Inclusion, & Equity
SIUC Diversity Resources
SIUC How do we define diversity?
SIUe Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion Glossary of Terms
SIUe Diversity Resources