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Is there an appropriate dress code for a Law Teacher?

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Michael’s Answer

This sounds like a question better asked of either the instructor themselves or perhaps the college in a way that helps to make the dialog productive.

If something (anything!) makes you uncomfortable, decide first whether this just your own personal outlook/viewpoint or whether or not it is a bigger issue which is somehow taking away from the quality of instruction.

Walking through it yourself, first may help you to see both sides of any issue and give you a way to discuss the thought in a positive and productive way without making the parties defensive or hurting someone's self esteem.

Discussing any uncomfortable situation in a successful manner is all about really thinking something through and being a great communicator.
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Kevin’s Answer

I would definitely say for male-identifying persons: a button down shirt with a tie, and suit is optional. I was a TA for Criminal Law and I wore a suit when I taught a class. Suits are very common

For Female identifying persons: women's professional clothing, including suits/blazers, would be perfect.

For nonbinary persons or other gender identities: look your best!
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