We are recruiting SALT members to get involved in the work of the organization. SALT’s vitality requires your talent, expertise, and geography. When you read about the work of the Equal Opportunity, Issues in Legal Education, Human Rights, Academic Freedom, or LBGT committees, have you got some ideas that you would like to share? Is your law school doing something particularly effective that begs to be broadcasted and replicated? Are you ready to engage in work that will further social justice, equity and equality, and academic excellence on a national scale?
Take a moment to browse the saltlaw.org website to learn more about SALT at Work. First, review “SALT at Work” on the left-hand menu to see what SALT committees have been up to this year. Then by clicking on “About Us,” you’ll find the composition of the current SALT committees. Of course, in January 2010, when Raquel Aldana and Steve Bender take the reins as co-presidents, and new board members join while others retire, these committees will change.
That’s why it’s a perfect time to consider where you want to commit your efforts.
And by the way, have you renewed your membership? Renew on line.