“Brooklyn Law School is strongly committed to fostering a more diverse, inclusive, and welcoming community. This important work includes developing pipeline programs that will ensure a broad and diverse applicant pool; engaging in outreach that will encourage admitted applicants to enroll; supporting the student experience, on an individual and group level; and pursuing employment partnerships and opportunities that will benefit graduates while diversifying the world of legal practice.”
—Dean Karen Porter
Arthur Pinto & Stephen Bohlen Associate Dean for Inclusion and Diversity


Diversity Committee

Faculty Diversity Committee

The Faculty Committee on Student Diversity and Inclusion works to ensure all students at Brooklyn Law School feel welcome and can thrive. We work to eliminate racism, sexism, homophobia, religious bigotry, ableism, and other forms of discrimination from our law school community and support every student in their journey toward a career in the law.


Resources for Becoming Actively Anti-Racist: Actions

This guide was created in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. The guide is intended to serve as a starting point for education, action, and reflection. If you have questions or comments, please direct them to the guide's creators in the box at the bottom left.

Public Service

Public Service Law Center

Brooklyn Law School's Public Service Law Center serves as a hub of resources and information related to public service programs and initiatives. The PSLC advances the Law School's dynamic tradition of service, offering myriad ways for students to use their legal education to engage in public service, from an expansive array of student-led pro bono projects to innovative fellowship programs.