This article addresses the experience of incorporating legal issues of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) into the business law curriculum by having students read popular non-fiction books which directly address salient DEI issues on race and sex discrimination. The purpose of utilizing popular non-fiction books is to create a common read experience across course sections and provide a shared touchstone for business law students in which to facilitate dialogue and create further pedagogical opportunities to address issues related to DEI.
Shannon, Sean J.
"Beyond the Textbook: Incorporating Popular Non-Fiction Books into the Business Law Curriculum for Teaching Diversity, Equity and Inclusion,"
North East Journal of Legal Studies: Vol. 42
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.fairfield.edu/nealsb/vol42/iss1/4