In 2012, I was running Brooklyn Law School’s student newspaper when the school’s New York Bar Exam pass rate dropped for the third year in a row. No one knew why. I investigated; the answers led to questions about the success and failure of minority students, a master’s degree, and the realization that scientific research could enhance diversity efforts from the LSAT to the partner’s chair. My presentation, Channeling the River: Using Social and Cognitive Science to Steer Inclusion Efforts (available on demand!) explores psychology, sociology, and other disciplines to learn how we can best channel the river of untapped potential.