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Law School Dean: Demographics of California's Bench Reflect Need for Diversity

Posted By Administration, Thursday, March 05, 2015



A new report on the demographics of California's nearly 1,700 judges finds slow but sure progress on making the bench look more like the state. And yet, more than two-thirds of California judges are white males. What difference does it make, and why should we care? Host Scott Shafer talks with Kevin R. Johnson, dean of the UC Davis Law School and the first Latino to head a University of California law school. 


Read the whole story at The California Report

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