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  • Stanford Law School BLSA
    to support academic and professional achievement in our community is the guiding principal underlying all our activities We directly support the academic achievement of our members through skills sessions exam prep and training We hold events with various law firms throughout the year in order to help our students become familiar with a wide range of careers We hold panels discussing the unique issues facing lawyers of color including the legal hiring process the culture at law firms attorney retention and diversity in the legal profession Stanford BLSA coordinates social activities that successfully encourage closer bonds between its members and connect us to the broader black community at Stanford In addition we co host social and academic events with other affinity groups at the Law School and throughout the University BLSA is committed to identifying and articulating the needs and viewpoints of black communities by hosting forums for discussion through our annual conference and our discussion session program Finally BLSA works closely with the Law School administration on minority student recruiting retention financial aid and minority faculty hiring The Stanford Black Law Students Association BLSA is a chapter of the National BLSA organization that includes more than 200 member law

    Original URL path: http://blsa.stanford.edu/ (2015-06-19)
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  • Stanford Law School BLSA
    L Gates LLP as a Summer Associate In her free time Nicole loves to volunteer with children with disabilities collect comic books and related paraphernalia watch sci fi movies and read dystopian fiction Steven Spriggs Academic Co Chair sspringgs stanford edu Steven is from Lawton Oklahoma After graduating from Texas A M University with a B B A in Management he worked as an SEO Intern in Skadden s New York Office At Stanford Steven is the Mentoring Coordinator for Project ReMADE and Lead Features Editor for the Stanford Law Policy Review Steven spent his 1L summer at the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board He thoroughly enjoys wasting time by binging on television shows and fiction novels Lindsey Jackson Social and Gala Co Chair lcj622 stanford edu Lindsey was born and raised in Los Angeles California She attended Yale University for undergrad where she majored in History After graduating she worked as a Litigation Paralegal at Paul Weiss New York office She then joined Teach for America as a 1st grade teacher at Harlem Children s Zone While teaching she was also a part of Relay Graduate School of Education s inaugural class from which she holds a Master in Teaching At Stanford in addition to her role as Gala and Social Co Chair Lindsey is the Treasure of the Stanford Law Association the Mock Trial s Team Co Vice President of Training and a Street Law tutor Lindsey spent her 1L summer at Quinn Emmanuel s Los Angeles office and participated in their backpacking trip to Alaska In her spare time Lindsey loves to read go to sporting events play tennis travel and root for the Los Angeles Lakers Naomi A Tom Social and Gala Co Chair ntom stanford edu Born and raised in Illinois Naomi graduated from Loyola University Chicago with a B A in Political Science and International Studies Before law school she worked in marketing for Vitamin Water At Stanford Naomi is involved with Street Law the Stanford Journal of International Law and is on the board of the Stanford International Human Rights Law Association Naomi spent her summer in Oslo Norway working at the International Law and Policy Institute In her spare time Naomi loves to cook travel dance and read science fiction Alexandra Piarino Professional Development Chair apiarino stanford edu Originally from San Diego CA Alexandra graduated from the University of Southern California the real USC with a B A in International Relations Before attending SLS she worked at a boutique law firm and a Lloyd s of London coverholder in Los Angeles Along with serving as BLSA s Professional Development Chair Alexandra is a member of the Stanford Journal of Law Business and Finance and a teacher at both Project ReMade and Street Law Alexandra spent this past summer working at Marvel Studios casually saving the world as their newest superhero or as a Summer Associate in their Legal Department In her spare time she enjoys watching NFL Football going to the movies

    Original URL path: http://blsa.stanford.edu/board_2014.html (2015-06-19)
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  • Stanford Law School BLSA
    alumni offer detailed and concrete advice about setting a schedule for the semester preparing for classes and studying for exams BLSA Field Day Saturday September 27 2014 Games food outdoors and good people First General Body Meeting Wednesday October 1 2014 12 45pm This is the 1Ls formal introduction to BLSA and the executive board Here we discuss upcoming events and explain opportunities to become involved in planning BLSA events Fall Retreat Friday October 3 through Sunday October 5 2014 The BLSA retreat is an opportunity for all BLSA members to meet each other early in the year connecting 1L 2L and 3L students so they can share experiences and provide guidance throughout the year The retreat also includes study skills sessions for 1Ls as they progress through their first quarter and a time for all members to participate in planning activities for the school year Affinity Group Mixer October 9 2014 An opportunity to mix and mingle with other affinity groups on campus including Asian Pacific Islanders Law Students Association Stanford Law Latino Students Association OUTLAW and the Women of Color Collective in a pre bar review mixer General Body Meeting October 29 2014 1L Job Search Panel November

    Original URL path: http://blsa.stanford.edu/events.html (2015-06-19)
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  • Stanford Law School BLSA
    February 2014 Click to view more photos from this event BLSA Civil Rights Gala February 2014 Click to view more photos from this event Fall Retreat October 2013 Click to view more photos from this event Disclaimer Sites may include unmoderated forums containing the personal opinions and other expressions of the persons who post entries on a wide range of topics Neither the content of these Sites nor the links

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  • Stanford Law School BLSA
    sponsor for the 2013 2014 academic year Disclaimer Sites may include unmoderated forums containing the personal opinions and other expressions of the persons who post entries on a wide range of topics Neither the content of these Sites nor the

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  • Stanford Law School BLSA
    Office of Financial Aid Class Schedules Disclaimer Sites may include unmoderated forums containing the personal opinions and other expressions of the persons who post entries on a wide range of topics Neither the content of these Sites nor the links

    Original URL path: http://blsa.stanford.edu/resources.html (2015-06-19)
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  • Stanford Law School BLSA
    champions of racial justice The Next 50 Years of Civil Rights and Racial Justice will bring together the broader law school community to celebrate fulfilled promises and reflect on dreams deferred Maya Harris 92 Senior Fellow at American Progress former Vice President of Democracy Rights and Justice at the Ford Foundation and the former Executive Director the American Civil Liberties Union ACLU of Northern California will deliver co keynote remarks

    Original URL path: http://blsa.stanford.edu/conference.html (2015-06-19)
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  • Stanford Law School BLSA
    Operations gtribie stanford edu Gaelle was born and raised in Stamford Connecticut She graduated from Dartmouth College in 2010 majoring in English Literature and minoring in French Prior to law school she worked as a Paralegal at Cleary Gottlieb Steen Hamilton LLP in Paris France She was also a Sponsors for Educational Opportunity Intern in New York City Gaelle serves as Secretary of the Stanford Law Association and as a Senior Editor of the Stanford Law Policy Review She is also a member of the Lifer Parole Pro Bono Project Her interests include international law travelling ballet and Victorian literature Blair Green Secretary bkgreen stanford edu Blair Green grew up in Scottsdale Arizona and received her B A in History from Stanford in 2008 After graduation she spent the next few months working at the Yosemite National Park Museum before moving to Washington D C for an internship at the Smithsonian Upon completion of her internship Blair spent the next two years working on the Hill for Congressman Jerry Costello of Illinois before returning to Arizona to serve as the grant writer for a local non profit Outside of BLSA Blair is an active member of the Stanford Law and Policy Review the Voting Rights Pro Bono the Stanford Law Democrats and the American Constitution Society In her free time Blair enjoys visiting museums arts and crafts thrifting and rollerblading Riley Moore Treasurer rcmoore1 stanford edu Riley Moore is from St Paul Minnesota He graduated from University of Wisconsin La Crosse with a B S in Economics At Stanford Riley has participated in the Street Law Pro Bono Project and was a member of the Stanford Journal of Law Business Finance In his free time Riley enjoys playing basketball participating in intramurals and listening to music Amelia Green Academic Development Co Chair abgreen stanford edu Sarah Salomon Academic Development Co Chair ssalomon stanford edu Sarah Salomon is from Pomona New York and is of Haitian and Lebanese descent She attended Yale University where she majored in Literature After graduating from Yale Sarah spent a year in Toulouse France teaching English to primary school students As a 1L she has cultivated an interest in intellectual property and employment law and has served as a member of the Environmental Law Journal She will spend her 1L summer at Skadden Arps Slate Meagher Flom LLP in Palo Alto CA Next year she will serve as the lead curriculum advisor for Project ReMade a Stanford pro bono organization that helps formerly incarcerated individuals to start their own businesses She enjoys cooking reading and attempting to maintain her childhood gymnastics skills Cecilia Oyediran Professional Development Chair oyediran stanford edu Raised in North New Jersey Cecilia earned a B A in History from Yale University in 2008 and a Master s in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2009 After graduating from Harvard Cecilia managed the Tech Apprentice program at the Boston Private Industry Council an internship program for Boston public high school

    Original URL path: http://blsa.stanford.edu/board_past_2013.html (2015-06-19)
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