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Diversity and Disability: How Disability Fits in to the Campus-wide Dialogue About Diversity

L-R: Susan Lang, Michael Stein, Julie McCormack, Tiffany Yu, and Elisa Dun.

L-R: Susan Lang, Michael Stein, Julie McCormack, Tiffany Yu, and Elisa Dun.

Julie McCormack, Director and Senior Clinical Instructor in the Disability Litigation and Benefits Advocacy Clinic, participated in a robust discussion on April 11th at Harvard Law School on “Diversity & Disability: How Disability Fits in to the Campus-wide Dialogue About Diversity.” Over seventy people attended the event which also included speakers Susan Lang, President and CEO of Lime Connect; Michael Stein, Co-founder and Executive Director of the Harvard Law School Project on Disability; Tiffany Yu, Founder of Georgetown University’s DiversAbility Group; and Elisa Dun, J.D. ’15, Harvard Law School.

The panel was co-sponsored by HL Central, the Student Mental Health Association (SMHA), and the Black Law Students Association (BLSA), and organized by Elisa Dun, who put the panel together through funds she received after winning this year’s TJ Duane Grant competition.

Read more about the event in the Harvard Law Record story.

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