Contents of this issue:
In the Court, In the Media, In Their Schools, and On the Streets of Washington, D.C., SALT Members Support Affirmative Action in Higher Education, at 1.
Paula C. Johnson & Michael Rooke-Ley, Co-Presidents' Column, at 1.
Molly Kalb & Steve Mallory, Second Annual Norman Amaker Public Interest Law Retreat: Law Students Learn to "Go Out and Catch Some Hell," at 2.
Nik Hua & Jim Nguyen, Fifth Annual Trina Grillo Public Interest and Social Justice Law Retreat: Poverty, Wealth, Status & Inequality: Social Justice Lawyering in Theory and In Practice, at 4.
Angela R. Riley, Reflections from a First-Time Grillo Retreat Participant, at 5.
SALT Board of Governors' Statement on Iraq, at 6.
Special 12-Page Insert: SALT Supports Affirmative Action, at 7.
Sarah Alvarez, Sixteenth Annual Robert M. Cover Retreat: Cold Outside, Warm Inside, at 19.
Beto Juarez, Cover Workshop: Law Teachers Working for Peace, at 20.
Fran Ansley, Membership Committee News: Membership Up; Let's Keep Growing, at 21.
Nancy Cook, Faculty Mentoring Committee News: Off to a Good Start, at 21.
Bob Dinerstein, Judicial Nominations Committee News: Judicial Nominations Continue to Be a Major Battleground, at 22.
Marc Poirier, Solomon Amendments Committee News: Help Wanted, at 23.
Eileen Kaufman, Bar Exams Committee News: SALT Works to Defeat Proposed Increase in a Passing Score on New York Bar Exam, at 24.
Bob Dinerstein, SALT Annual Dinner a Rousing Success, at 26.
SALT Equalizer, Apr. 2003
Society of American Law Teachers
"SALT Equalizer, Vol. 2003, Issue 2,"
2, Article 1.
Available at: http://scholars.law.unlv.edu/salt/vol2003/iss2/1