As teachers, we at the University of Tennessee strive to create inclusive classroom environments.
In this way, we support the College of Law’s strategic initiative to “strengthen our commitment to creating a broadly diverse, inclusive, supportive, and intellectually engaged community.” To help achieve this goal, below is a compilation of resources to support inclusive and equitable teaching and learning in the law school classroom. These resources are designed to be useful for faculty, staff, students and the community alike.
For inquiries regarding diversity and inclusion at the College of Law, please contact Maria Saez Tatzman, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Director of Diversity and Inclusion. For problems accessing the resources within this guide, please contact Eliza Fink, Digital Resources and Services Librarian.