Professor McGee addresses the endeavor of Black Americans--their struggle against discrimination and segregation--and their entry into law school and the legal profession. The emerging cadre of Black law students represents the newest source of leadership in the struggle for Black liberation. They are part of a surging tide of blackness that may yet save the nation from the decay and death of racism. As such they command attention and respect.
Minority Students in Law School: Black Lawyers and the Struggle for Racial Justice in the American Social Order, 20 BUFF. L. REV. 423