University of Toledo Law Review
The United States offers its citizens the opportunity to participate in the legal and political system through which it governs. The Constitution ensures that its citizens may engage, participate, and represent the body politics in government and the application of its laws. The recent attacks on America and the failure of the immigration system in monitoring its applicants has resulted in more restrictive immigration laws and policy.
The country’s legal education system must continue to improve its efforts in diversifying the nation’s law schools. More minorities should be represented as students, professors, and deans. Accomplishing a more diversified legal education system requires that the educational system support students as they navigate a foreign environment that appears very different than their communities.
Bill Piatt, One View to Add to the Many, 34 U. Toledo L. Rev. 143 (2002).