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Black Law Students Association
The Black Law Students Association (BLSA) is a professional organization of Black law students committed to furthering the academic, professional, and cultural needs and goals of the Black students at the Law School. As an affiliate of the National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA), our chapter focuses on sensitizing the legal community to the needs of the Black community, promoting the professional needs of Black law students, and assisting in the recruitment, retention, and placement of Black students.We are organized to empower Black law students with the knowledge and resources to be successful students, mentors, and professionals in the legal community. Through the use of social interaction and programming geared largely towards scholarship, career development, and community involvement, BLSA fosters academic achievement, community engagement, and, ultimately, the development of strong Black leadership in the legal profession.To learn more about the Black Law Students Association, please visit our website.
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