The Indiana Journal of Law and Social Equality at Indiana University was established by the law school in the spring of 2011. The vision behind the Journal is for it to serve as an interdisciplinary, academic forum for scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and students to contribute to society’s understanding of legal and policy issues concerning race, religion, gender, and class. The Journal aims to become a major effort in leading scholars and practitioners to improve race, religion, gender, and class relations, foster new research in and across the disciplines, and provide the intellectual foundation for the pursuit of social equality. By drawing on leading Indiana University scholars from a variety of departments and programs, the Journal seeks to transform the lens through which issues of race, religion, gender, and class are viewed by identifying new issues and offering new theoretical and pedagogical approaches. In doing so, the Journal will not only improve the discourse on race, religion, gender, and class, but also change the nature of analysis to legal and social issues concerning historically marginalized groups.