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ABOUT FORDHAM BLSA
The Fordham University School of Law's Black Law Students Association (BLSA) supports our students in their studies, facilitates communication between our students and other legal professionals, and strives to foster the Black community's understanding of and access to the law.
We host a number of events throughout the year to advance these goals, such as general meetings; informational panels addressing issues that affect minority students and the Fordham community at large; exam taking workshops; sponsorships for students to attend relevant legal conferences; and alumni events, aimed at connecting current and former BLSA members and friends with one another.
THE NATIONAL BLACK
LAW STUDENT ASSOCIATION
The National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) is a national organization formed to articulate and promote the needs and goals of black law students and effectuate change in the legal community. As the largest student run organization in the United States with over 6,000 members, NBLSA is also comprised of chapters or affiliates in six different countries including The Bahamas, Nigeria, and South Africa. Organized into six regions (Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southern, Midwest, Rocky Mountain and Western Region), the organization has over 200 chapters and is present in all but a few of the nation's accredited law schools, as well as unaccredited law schools. The headquarters of NBLSA is located in Washington, DC NBLSA encourages the development of talented, social conscious lawyers of tomorrow.
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ON SOCIAL MEDIA
41st Annual Ruth Whitehead Whaley Alumni Dinner
Coming Spring 2019
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