Color of Law Roundtable
Created in 2007, the Color of Law Roundtable seeks to bring attorneys of color to Western New England University to share their educational, career, and personal experiences with the School of Law community. The speakers give students an opportunity to ask candid questions about career choices, career challenges, and the decisions that the speakers made in response to those challenges. Roundtable speakers, many of whom are graduates of Western New England University School of Law, represent a wide range of practice areas and careers, giving students a firsthand look at the numerous possibilities a legal education can provide.
Color of Law Roundtable Directors
Professors Sudha Setty and Bridgette Baldwin joined the School of Law faculty in the fall of 2006. Professor Setty was a litigator for seven years prior to joining the School of Law, and has written in the areas of comparative constitutional law and politics, as well as Title IX and women’s rights. Professor Baldwin was a criminal and civil defense attorney in New York City and also taught in the area of criminal law and procedure before joining the School of Law. Her research interest includes criminal law and procedure, welfare law, and critical race theory.
Details about fall events will be announced as they become available. Please join us.
Upcoming Color of Law Event
Details about fall events will be announced as they become available.Please join us.