As institutions of higher learning continue to address inequality and racism—especially in the wake of the May killing of George Floyd, which led to protests nationwide and globally—Quinnipiac University School of Law Dean Jennifer Brown said her organization has made equality a top focus.

The 60-year-old Brown, who has been with the university for 26 years, including the last seven as law school dean, said the law school has included anti-bias training in orientation for new law students and offered similar training to faculty.

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