The Central Park Five
Tuesday, March 26th
Join ALSA, SJI, and other members of CLS for a film exploring the intersection of race and law in New York. The Central Park Five is the story of five Black and Latino teenagers falsely accused and wrongfully imprisoned for raping a white woman. This was not 1955 in Mississippi. This was 1989 in Manhattan. We will be joined by the film’s directors as well as one of the exonerated men.
THE 10TH ANNUAL AFRICAN ECONOMIC FORUM
Please join us on the 22nd, 11:00PM to 4AM. Same iconic location, same awesome line up.
The 2013 AEF Team
The African Law Students Association is proud to co-sponsor “GAME CHANGER OR DOOR CLOSER?” Please join us for a dynamic roundtable discussion on Fisher v. Texas featuring leading scholars, advocates, and special guest Russlyn Ali, Assistant Secretary of Education for President Barack Obama.
Game Changer or Door Closer?
Tuesday, October 16th
Dinner will be served!
Join ALSA, MELSA, KOLEINU, and SIRR for a screening of “Live and Become,” a story of race, religion, and family that touches three continents.
Dinner and a Movie
Thursday, October 4th
6:15PM in JG 104
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Law students in New York often are able to get internships with political groups in Washington
DC. If you find yourself looking for accommodations, Roomorama has the best short term rentals Washington DC can offer. Look for yours the next time your stopping by the nation’s capital.
An Admitted Students Dinner
Thursday, March 29 2012
Join us as we welcome admitted students over a delicious dinner! Attendees will include attorneys, students, and prospective students.