The mission of the Office of Diversity & Inclusion is to educate the community, coordinate support for diverse constituencies, facilitate compliance with nondiscrimination policies of the nation and the Law School’s accrediting bodies, help recruit students and faculty, and serve as an institutional liaison for addressing issues that may arise from time to time.
#ToleranceMeans Dialogue – October 18
12pm in the Moot Court Room
The Tolerance Means dialogues are public discussions designed to bring together students and thought leaders to find more constructive approaches to living together in a pluralistic society. Alabama Law will join seven other law schools who have previously hosted or are scheduled to host a Tolerance Means dialogue. The topic will be “Religion and Gay Marriage: Do They Have to Be at Odds? Can University Students Make a Difference?”
As part of the Tolerance Means Dialogues, students compete for two Tolerance Scholarships. The students submit 500-word essays on what tolerance means to them and how their experiences could help forge a better society. The two winning essayists will each receive a $750.00 scholarship and take center stage at the Dialogue. RSVP Here