Professor Kim Norwood Presents at ABA 2024 Midyear Meeting

Professor Kim Norwood recently presented at the ABA 2024 Midyear Meeting. Norwood is the Chair of the Implicit Bias Subcommittee of the State and Local Government Section of the ABA, and she hosted two CLE panel discussions at the ABA 2024 Midyear Meeting.

The CROWN Act Goes to Court was moderated by Professor Norwood.

Kim Norwood, WashULaw; Attorney Steven Stapleton; Patricia Okonta, LDF Attorney,
President of the ABA State and Local Government Section; Jessica Ann Bacher, Executive Director of the Land Use Law Center at Pace Law School.


Pathways to Equity in light of SFFA v. Harvard was moderated by University of Louisville Professor Laura McNeal, JD ’00.

Laura McNeal, JD ’00, University of Louisville; Vinay Harpalani, University of New Mexico; Cedric Powell, University of Louisville; and Prof. Kim Norwood, WashULaw.

In addition to participating at the meeting, Norwood’s chapter How the Pandemic Further Derailed Historically Disadvantaged Public-School Students appears in the ABA-published book The Legal and Social Ramifications of Pandemics on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. More information about the book is available here.