The Columbia Law Review has its first black male editor-in-chief, Tomi Williams, who is looking to bring more diverse voices to the publication.

He’s visiting affinity groups, holding writing workshops and planning racial bias training to recruit and retain students of color. First-generation law school students are unlikely to know that being on a law review is crucial when competing for the most competitive jobs, he said.

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