Black Law Students Association
The Black Law Students Association (BLSA) is a forum for law students to share and solve problems unique to African-American and minority students in the law school community. BLSA has made a commitment to proportionate representation in the professional arena, supported by sponsoring workshops and symposia and by supplying individualized academic and professional assistance.
The Black Law Students Association sponsors social events throughout the year, and speaks on behalf of the needs of African-American and minority students to the administration, faculty, and student body. The Black Law Students Association is affiliated with the National Black Law Students Association.
For more information, please contact Justin Ramey, BLSA President.
Photo information: Elaine R. Jones, who served as the first woman president and director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (LDF) from 1993 to 2004, delivered the keynote address for Elon University School of Law’s third annual Martin Luther King, Jr. forum, held January 13, 2011. She is pictured, center, with members of sponsoring student organizations, BLSA and Phi Alpha Delta, from left, Lucrecia Johnson, Kathy Stewart, Lien To, Andrea Davis, Hasina Lewis, Kevin Tonkin, Tiffany Dyson, Karima Grady, Willie Fennell, Tiffany Gray, Gwendolyn Lewis, Justin Ramey, and Sherea Burnett.