Diversity and Networking in Law School: Are Law Students from Diverse Backgrounds Disadvantaged?

    Project: Research project

    Project Details

    Description

    Subcontract:

    FY 2018-2019 Two Northwestern University School of Law students will be hired to act as an in-field liaisons to assist with the fielding of the first wave of data collection in the fall of 2018. A Northwestern University School of Law student will be hired to act as a research assistant to assist with literature review research and writing during the spring of 2019.
    FY 2019-2020 Two Northwestern University School of Law students will be hired to act as an in-field liaisons to assist with the fielding of the first wave of data collection in the fall of 2019. A Northwestern University School of Law student will be hired to act as a research assistant to assist with literature review research and writing during the summer and fall of 2019.

    Professor Silver and her research assistants will conduct scholarship and research in coordination with the prime awardee, Dr. Anthony Paik, including the presentation of results at professional conferences, conducing empirical research, and writing papers for submission to peer reviewed journals. At the conclusion of the grant, Prof. Silver will submit a final report to Dr. Paik.
    StatusFinished
    Effective start/end date7/1/1812/31/19

    Funding

    • University of Massachusetts (19-010743 A 00)
    • AccessLex Institute (19-010743 A 00)

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