Diversity and Inclusion
Columbia Law School fosters an ethos of inclusion and collaboration in a supportive, student-centered environment. Your remarkable classmates and professors will inspire you with their fierce intelligence and enlighten you with their unique perspectives.
One of the top reasons students choose Columbia is because they know they will be surrounded by highly talented individuals from an array of backgrounds who will challenge them and enhance their engagement with the law.
As an institution, Columbia University is deeply committed to diversity, and has invested in numerous resources for underrepresented members of the community. In addition, the Law School and its many student organizations host and sponsor numerous events throughout the academic year to discuss and promote inclusion, such as success panels, annual conferences, and more.
For more information about Diversity and Inclusion resources and programs available to Columbia Law students, visit the Office of Student Services website.
Additional Accommodation Resources
Columbia Law School strives to maintain an inclusive learning community representative of individuals of intersecting identities and diverse abilities and experiences. The active removal of barriers to accessibility advances our community's vision of a society that is "more just, well-governed, and prosperous."
To learn more about the resources available to support incoming and current students who need accommodations related to disabilities or temporary personal challenges, please visit the University's Office of Disability Services or contact Jennifer Braden, the Law School's Assistant Director of Counseling and Student Support.