Law school can be a stressful time for everyone. Identity may be one source of community and support, while at the same time facets of identity--both visible and invisible--can contribute to higher stress levels and can generate feelings of otherness that may affect emotional well-being.
Join us for facilitated small-group discussions of ways in which identity can bring both strength and challenges in the law school context. Whether you are someone who feels that identity has had a major impact on your law school experience, or if you want to learn how privilege may have shielded you from some sources of stress, you are welcome to be part of the discussion.
This event is co-sponsored by the Henderson Center.
Lunch will be served.