Colorado Law is proud to have been one of the earliest law schools in the nation to admit ethnically and racially diverse lawyers.  Inclusiveness and diversity are not just popular catch phrases to us.  We have a strong and continuing commitment to inclusiveness and diversity, as evidenced by the first action in Our Vision statement:

Provide a supportive and diverse community of scholars and students in a place that inspires the vigorous pursuit of ideas, critical analysis, and civic engagement in order to advance the rule of law in an open, sustainable society.

To achieve this vision, we support a number of law school initiatives that further our inclusiveness and diversity.  In addition, we are actively involved in a several legal community initiatives.  Finally, we work hard to cultivate career opportunities for our diverse students and alumni.

SuSaNi Harris is our Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusive Excellence. Drawing on her extensive professional experience, Dean Harris helps the law school further its commitment to imbedding inclusiveness and diversity into the fabric of the law school at all levels.

Read an interview with Dean Harris