– ATTENTION LAW SCHOOL STUDENTS – The ABA Commission on Hispanic Legal Rights and Responsibilities (the author’s of the recent ABA report) is holding a panel discussion on Wednesday, November 6th in the ABA office in Washington, DC. The panel is titled, “The Latino Impact” and will focus on various topics such as: immigration reform, voting rights, Latino under-representation and Latino diversity in the legal profession. These topics are all very pertinent to the current work of NLLSA! If you have any questions, please contact Nancy Andrade with the ABA Hispanic Commission.
NLLSA is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation serving as a conduit for Latina/o law student voices. Founded on principles of social, ethnic, racial, gender and sexual equality, NLLSA is focused on advancing Latina/o academic success and commitment to community service. NLLSA is fueled by a progressive coalition-building approach to addressing the legal issues affecting Latinas/os around the nation.