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Women Law Students Association
The Women Law Students Association (WLSA) envisions a Law School community in which every woman is an equal member of the Michigan Law School both academically and socially, has the opportunity to meet and see positive female role models in the legal professions on a daily basis, is supported by other women in the Law School community and beyond, has opportunities for public action in the service of women, is prepared to assume any leadership role in society, and achieves her vision of success. Additionally, WLSA educates the Law School community on legal issues facing women throughout society including, but not limited to, sex discrimination, employment, health, education, violence, and access to resources. WLSA is committed to creating a Law School community centered on the pillars of Scholarship, Leadership, Mentorship, Camaraderie, and Service, and is open to all gender identities.To learn more about the Women Law Students Association, please contact us via e-mail. You can also visit our Maize Page, or view our Constitution.
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