Contents of this issue:
Linda S. Greene, President's Column, at 1.
Sylvia A. Law, Diversity in Jeopardy as Supreme Court Declines to Review Hopwood, at 1.
Haywood Burns and Shanara Gilbert, at 2.
Lisa Ikemoto, SALT Board Meets... And Reorganizes, at 3.
Pat Cain, Hopwood Discussion Group, at 5.
Emergency Meeting to Plan Affirmative Action Strategy in the Wake of Hopwood, at 5.
Stephanie Wildman, California the Next Battleground Over Affirmative Action Policy, at 6.
Sumi Cho & Anthony Paul Farley, A Modest Proposal for Diversifying the Legal Academy, at 7.
SALT Colleagues Praise Stephanie Wildman's New Book!, at 7.
Francisco Valdes, LatCrit Theory: Recent News, Current Projects and Upcoming Events, at 8.
Joyce Saltalamachia, SALT Plans Ahead, at 9.
Francisco Valdes, SALT Goes Cyber: A Preliminary Report to the Members, at 9.
Ann Shalleck, SALT Members Needed for First Monday in October Planning Committees, at 10.
Cynthia Bowman, Committee on Membership and Board Nominations, at 11.
Scott Taylor, Notes from the Treasurer, at 11.
SALT Equalizer, Aug. 1996
Society of American Law Teachers
"SALT Equalizer, Vol. 1996, Issue 3,"
SALT Equalizer: Vol. 1996
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Available at: http://scholars.law.unlv.edu/salt/vol1996/iss3/1