It is with great privilege and honor to introduce you to the GGU Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Social Justice Law Journal. This project started when my colleague, dearest friend and founding Editor-in-Chief, Silvia Chairez-Perez, approached me during our internship with the California Supreme Court Capital Central Staff. We were discussing how far we have come with the resources presented to us, and our motivation to provide a better pathway to underrepresented law students.
Avila, Tiffany, "Founding Managing Editor’s Welcome Message" (2021). Golden Gate University Race, Gender, Sexuality and Social Justice Law Journal. 2.