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The Office of Inclusion and Diversity Education works with organizations and offices across the University and legal community to promote inclusion and diversity education.

A SLU LAW guide to allyship

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HBAstl is a not-for-profit organization of St. Louis-based attorneys and non-attorneys. Our members are dedicated to serving St. Louis’ Hispanic community by promoting involvement in the legal profession, addressing issues in the legal and non-legal community, and advancing equal protection before the law.

Missouri Asian-American Bar Association
A non-profit organization of Asian American attorneys, judges, professors, & students

Mound City Bar Association
The oldest African-American bar association west of the Mississippi River. It was organized as the St. Louis Negro Bar Association on January 7, 1922, at a time when black lawyers were not allowed to join the all-white St. Louis Bar Association. Our objectives are to advance the professional interests of our members; to improve the administration of justice; to uphold the honor of the legal profession; to promote the professional development of our members; and to provide service to the community, including pro-bono representation.

South Asian Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis ("SABA-StL")
SABA-StL is a non-profit organization dedicated to the needs, concerns and interests of the South Asian American legal community in the Saint Louis Metropolitan area. We support the professional development and advancement of our members through networking, educational events, mentoring and advocacy.

University Offices

Division of Diversity and Innovative Community Engagement

Cross Cultural Center for Global Citizenship

The Center for Global Citizenship

Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX

Reporting Bias

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