This companion volume to Integrating Doctrine and Diversity: Inclusion and Equity in the Law School Classroom features new essays, case studies, and bibliographies for law faculty seeking to bring critical perspectives on equity, inclusion, and social justice into their teaching in upper-level courses. Chapters focus on subjects traditionally tested on the bar exam, including evidence, criminal procedure, and family law, as well as professional responsibility. Additionally, this volume includes guidance for teaching a range of other advanced law school topics and can be used in experiential courses, including advanced legal writing, legal research, counseling, and negotiations. It also features guidance and reflections from faculty who have created new courses specifically focused on race and social justice in the legal system. With submissions from over 40 authors, the collection is intended to spur valuable conversations within the classroom and across the legal academy.