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Support for Emory Law Students
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Emory Law Student Engagement
The Student Bar Association will also be publishing a Civil Rights periodical, with publication and leadership roles available to all students in the Fall of 2020. Students interested in contributing should contact Tallulah Lanier here.
Emory Wellness Support for Students
The Office of Academic Engagement: Assistant Director of Student Support. Email: email@example.com
Emory Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement (RACE)
RACE provides opportunities for the Emory community to explore concepts of race and racial justice. Programs focus on the following areas: Education & Awareness, Activism, and Identity Development. Overall, RACE encourages and challenge individuals to explore racial identities and enhance their awareness and exploration of why and how race informs identity
Emory Ombuds Office
A safe space where faculty, staff, and students can discuss issues and where those communications are kept confidential to the fullest extent possible. The Ombud’s role is to promote mutual respect, civility, and ethical conduct, and to alert university leadership to concerns that might justify policy changes.
Helpline Support for Students