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"The publication will work toward ultimately improving conditions for African-American communities by infusing intellectual discourse with provocative and innovative scholarship, thus deepening thinking about policy options and choices."

To this end, BJALP publishes annually and hosts symposia aimed at the UC Berkeley campus, the surrounding communities, and the legal profession at large.

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