How Law Schools Are Failing Minority Students: The Insidious Consequences of Ignoring Stereotype Threat
Professor Russell McClain, of University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, presented a working draft of his work How Law Schools Are Failing Minority Students: The Insidious Consequences of Ignoring Stereotype Threat. This work examines the psychological phenomenon "stereotype threat" research as it relates to law schools and makes recommendations for addressing the phenomenon.
From 1995 until 2005, Professor McClain was a civil litigator in Los Angeles, California. His practice areas included commercial, entertainment, consumer, and bankruptcy litigation. In the fall of 2005, Professor McClain accepted a[n] . . . appointment to the faculty of Howard University as a legal writing instructor. . . . [and later] as a Visiting Law School Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Academic Achievement Program."
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McClain, Russell, "How Law Schools Are Failing Minority Students: The Insidious Consequences of Ignoring Stereotype Threat" (2015). Faculty Workshops.