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Black Law Students Association
Welcome to our BLSA Family
The Black Law Students Association has a tradition of service at Yale University and in the Greater New Haven community. We value these experiences as integral to our legal educations and contribute time and legal services to a wide range of non-profit and service organizations. To learn more about the mission and history of BLSA, click here.
The membership of the Black Law Students Association is very diverse- representing over nineteen states and six countries, twenty-five undergraduate institutions, and includes graduate degrees from over seven institutions.
The Black Law Students Association is always looking to grow. Thus, we offer resources to help prospective students make decisions about law school, navigate the application process, and learn more about the amazing learning environment offered at Yale Law School. If you are interested in applying to the Yale Law School or learning more, click here.
Alumni of the Black Law Students Association have served as partners in major law firms, general counsels for Fortune 500 companies, and judges in state and federal courts, including a Supreme Court Justice. Click here to visit the Alumni page.
The Black Law Students Association actively seeks ways to partner with other organizations to further achieve our mission. If you are interested in sponsoring or partnering with us, feel fee to contact us at [email protected]. To view current BLSA sponsors, click here.
The Black Law Students Association is full of brilliant and highly motivated students who also know how to have fun together. To learn more, feel free to visit our events page.
Finally, we are deeply committed to advancing the status of Black individuals under the law and within the legal profession.
Please read our statement on Ferguson that was published in the Huffington Post:
Welcome to our community!
-Yale BLSA Family