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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

A resource guide developed by the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Saint Louis University Law School

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  1. Drive with pictures and links related to relevant Torts cases 
  2. Google Drive to Various Torts Resources
  3.  Implicit bias and jury decision making - Kimberly A. Yuracko & Ronen Avraham, Valuing Black Lives: A Constitutional Challenge to the Use of Race-Based Tables in Calculating Tort Damages, 106 CALIF. L. REV. 325 (2018). 
  4. Implicit bias and jury decision making-Jonathan Cardi, Valerie P. Hans & Gregory Parks, Do Black Injuries Matter?: Implicit Bias and Jury Decision Making in Tort Cases, 93 S. CAL. L. REV. 507 (2020).  
  5. Qualified Immunity, Race and; Policing, And Tort Liability For Family - If you are interested in resources putting torts in the context of race and racism, I recommend the resources in this post: Professor Jennifer Wriggins, “Teaching Torts with a Focus on Race and Racism” 
  6. "Rhyme and a Reason - In his torts class, Professor Jed Shugerman uses a novel method to keep 1Ls on their toes—reciting poetry. Here, Samuel Black ’21 recounts his own poetic moment.
  7. "Sample Syllabus for Qualified Immunity, Race & Policing, and Tort Liability for Family Separation as Ways of Updating Intentional Torts for Today's Questions.
  8. Harpalani, Vinay. "Teaching Torts with a Focus on Race and Racism-by Professor Jennifer Wriggins, Sumner T. Berstein Professor of Law, University of Maine School of Law", Race and the Law Prof Blog (blog) February 13, 2020, 

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