Black Law Student Association

Black Law Student Association (BLSA), A.P. Tureaud Chapter, established in 1969, is geared to recruiting and maintaining the enrollment of black students in the College of Law. Members of the organization recruit black students from colleges and universities throughout the region. Tutorial services are also offered to help maintain the enrollment level of black students. The society, open to all interested law students, maintains contact with related national organizations and other law schools throughout the country that support similar programs.

BLSA GALA | February 16, 2019 

The Loyola University New Orleans College of Law Black Law Student Association is excited to announce the 15th Annual BLSA Gala benefiting the Lola Davis Scholarship.

BLSA Gala & Silent Auction
Saturday, February 16, 2019
7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

The Chicory
611 Fulton St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
 

Black Tie 

TICKET INFORMATION

$45 Students 

$75 Non-Students 

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SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION

PLATINUM $2,000 Includes gala table and 10 gala tickets

GOLD $1,500 Includes gala table and 5 gala tickets

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Executive Board – 2018-19

President: Shanice Smith-Banks
Vice President: Brianna Nevels
Treasurer: Raheem Igbadume
Secretary: Brooke Walker
SBA Rep: Wynton Yates

Contact Information

Faculty Advisors:
Professor Andrea Armstrong
E-mail: armstron@loyno.edu

Professor Blaine Lecesne
E-mail: blecesne@loyno.edu

Kimberly Jones
E-mail: kjones1@loyno.edu

Organization Address:
Loyola University New Orleans
College of Law
Black Law Student Association
7214 St. Charles Ave., Campus Box 901
New Orleans, LA 70118

Organization E-mail:
blsateam@gmail.com

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