Florida’s 12 law schools have joined forces to launch a new initiative focused on racial justice—one of several ways law schools are reacting to the George Floyd protests and ongoing racial inequality.

The new Florida Law Schools’ Consortium for Racial Justice will assist existing local groups that are focused on policy reform and racial justice in the state. Each participating law school each year will designate at least one law student fellow to work with the consortium, and the fellows will help partner organizations with legal research, strategic advocacy, and other law-related tasks.

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