EdUp Legal Podcast, Episode 20: Conversation with Sean M. Scott
EdUp Legal Podcast with Host Patty Roberts
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In this episode, we hear from Sean M. Scott, Dean and the President at California Western School of Law. Learn more about Sean M. Scott, Dean at California Western School of Law. In this episode, you will hear how Dean Sean M. Scott started her deanship at California Western School of Law, an independent law school, amid the pandemic after serving 30 years at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. She shares how she gained the trust of the faculty and staff at California Western School of Law to implement meaningful changes, which do not come easy when human interaction was halted for over a year. Dean Scott discusses her role as secretary for the National Association of Stand lone Graduate Schools, which aims to improve federal funding for institutions not attached to undergraduate programs scholarships, and her commitment to racial and social justice scholarships. Dean Scott tells us about the significant population of First-Generation students at California Western, which is in the top 10 for diversity in the country, and the importance to her to be at a school that is committed to diversity. Dean Scott shares her hopes for the future and how the law should respond to the political injustice built-in technology.
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