Contents of this issue:
Nancy Ehrenreich & Deborah Waire Post, SALT Teaching Conference Addresses War, Peace & Pedagogy, at 1.
Paula C. Johnson & Michael Rooke-Ley, Co-Presidents's Column, at 1.
Holly Maguigan, November Elections for Co-Presidents and Board of Governors, at 2.
Mac Poirier, SALT Solomon Amendment Committee, at 2.
David Halperin, The American Constitution Society, at 3.
First Monday Civil Liberties in a New America, at 3.
Affirmative Action in Legal Education: The Grutter Litigation, at 4.
Bob Dinerstein, Judicial Selection Committee, at 6.
Michael Rooke-Ley, Extremist Nominees Don't Belong on the Federal Bench, at 7.
Margalynne Armstrong & Bob Dinerstein, SALT Awards Dinner Committee, at 7.
Devon Carbado & Nancy Cook, Faculty Mentoring Committee Plans "Best Practices" Study, New Faculty Programs, at 8.
Joyce Saltalamachia, SALT Bylaws Being Revised, at 8.
Eileen Kaufman & Jacob D. Fuchsberg, SALT Distributes Statement on the Bar Exam, at 8.
Vernellia Randall, Committee Pushes Forward on Diversity Index, at 9.
Alice M. Noble-Allgire, Why We Need Diversity in Law Schools - Lessons From a Night at the Movies, at 10.
Joan W. Howarth, SALT Opposes Expanded Immigration Enforcement Role for Local Police, at 12.
Fran Ansley, SALT Membership Thriving, at 19.
SALT Equalizer, Aug. 2002
Society of American Law Teachers
"SALT Equalizer, Vol. 2002, Issue 3,"
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Available at: http://scholars.law.unlv.edu/salt/vol2002/iss3/1