The Human Side of Law School: The Case for Socializing Minority Recruitment and Retention Programs
diverse campus environment, legal education, recruitment, race, diversity, admission
This paper explores the importance of social cognition in law school choice. This paper then proposes a three-part recruitment and retention program for minority students: First, how law schools can utilize social interactions through the creation of mentor-mentee relationships between law students and prospective students; Second, an investigation into the rich recruitment potential of hosting social events, such as mock trials and moot courts; and Third, an exploration of the advantages that a vibrant social media presence can have for law schools’ minority recruitment efforts.
Pearsall, Gurney, "The Human Side of Law School: The Case for Socializing Minority Recruitment and Retention Programs" (2015). Diversity and Inclusion in Law School and Higher Education. 20.