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Teaching Tools for Law School Faculty

A guide to resources on teaching law


This section focuses on practical resources providing background about and tips for integrating race and social justice issues into the law school curriculum. It also includes materials addressing such integration in specific courses, as well as selected resources for use in courses. For guidance on inclusive pedagogy, see the separate section on Inclusive Teaching.

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Roger Williams University Law School and CUNY Law School, Integrating Doctrine & Diversity Speaker Series

Scroll down for videos of the following sessions:

  • Law Integrating Doctrine and Diversity (Sept. 15, 2021)
  • When Law School Classroom Discussions on Diversity Go Wrong (Oct. 26, 2021)
  • Making Space, Taking Space (Nov. 16, 2021)
  • Making Changes, Making Mistakes (Mar. 2, 2022)
  • Auditing Your Syllabus and Classroom Materials (Apr. 26, 2022)
  • Making Changes, Making Mistakes (Part 2) (Sept. 14, 2022)

Integrating into Specific Courses

Resources for Multiple Courses


Business and Corporate Law

Civil Procedure

Clinical Education

Commercial Law

Constitutional Law


Criminal Law & Procedure


Labor & Employment Law

Legal Research & Writing




Course Materials

Feminist Judgment Series: Rewritten Judicial Opinions (Cambridge University Press) 

The Feminist Judgment series "rewrites key judicial decisions through a social justice lens. Using a broad approach to feminist methods and theories that highlights traditionally marginalized perspectives such as gender, race and class, these rewritten opinions provide an alternative history of United States law. These feminist judgments directly challenge the idea that the law is neutral and objective by suggesting how cases could have been decided differently if guided by concerns about justice for all people, even with the same facts and precedent as the original judgment. Because the rewritten judgments straddle theory and practice, they provide clear, practical illustrations of how theory can be used to change the law."

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