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The LSU Law Chapter of the National Black Law Student’s Association hosted an evening with some of the finest women attorneys in Louisiana. To think that women aren’t still a minority in the legal field would be a fiction. The students of BLSA at LSU Law challenged that fact with a unique speed dating mixer followed by an open panel discussion. The attorneys in the room shared this personal experiences of achieving success while also being WOMEN in the field. Over the evening was a major success! Thank you all of our attendees and professionals!
LSU BLSA will be featured at the 2017 – 2018 1L Student Orientation Student Org Fair
Come learn about the many
student ran organizations
here at LSU LAW.
Swing by our table and learn about our upcoming events and program. Be sure to sign up to be apart of one of LSU Law’s largest [greatest] student organization.
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Check out the pictures from LSU BLSA 2017 End of the Year Banquet! These images can be found under the “Events” tab!
The BLSA 2016 annual banquet signaled the close to a wonderful year and included many incredibly inspirational speeches.
Kenneth Polite (above), the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Louisiana, inspired everyone with the his speech and announcement of the new mentor/sponsorship program which matches at-risk youths with entire organizations to connect communities throughout Louisiana.
Mrs. Charlene Green (above) introduced her dear friend as the LSU BLSA Alumna of the Year.
Judge Erin Wilder-Doomes (above) accepted her award and described the diversionary program, Teen Court, that is close to her heart.
Members were treated to great food and moving speeches at this valuable networking event and celebration.
Accomplished women in the legal profession share their stories and advice to young women looking to enter the field.
The Legal Profession and Civil Rights in Louisiana: a Historical Perspective from Chief Judge Jackson.
LSU BLSA Students addressed questions from potential law students and gave advice regarding law school applications.