Stanford Black Law Students Association Celebrates 50th Anniversary

BLSA 50 Anniversary
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STANFORD, CA—On February 1, the Stanford Black Law Students Association (BLSA) began Black History Month by celebrating its founding at the group’s 50th Anniversary Brunch and 7th Annual Black History Month Gala. Current Stanford Law School (SLS) BLSA members and BLSA alumni from every decade since its founding in 1970 came together to celebrate the ways that BLSA has shaped the experience of black students at Stanford Law School and impacted the broader black community.

The purpose of the organization was “to ensure that black law students are admitted to Stanford Law School, are given all possible assistance in achieving academic excellence, and most importantly, use their education for the benefit of the black community.”

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