Welcome to Tulane's Black Law Students Association website. The purpose of the Tulane Chapter is to articulate the professional and
educational needs and goals of black law students by sponsoring various
programs, discussions, and groups.
BLSA achieves its goals by educating the community at large about the
needs of the black law student, helping to recruit and retain a law
student body that is diverse, and using our resources to help and
educate our surrounding community.
Tulane’s Black Law Students Association (BLSA) is a member chapter of the National Black Law Students Association.The National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) is a 501(c)(3)
corporation and the nation's largest student-run organization
representing nearly 6,000 minority law students from over 200 chapters
and affiliates throughout the United States and six other countries
We invite you to check us out on The Tulane BLSA Blog for regular updates on events and opportunities to get involved! BLSA is open to all matriculating
law students at Tulane University.
"We are the change we wish to see..."
[Tela Justice, Erin Sanders, Brenden Whitted, Ashley Banks, and Andrea Holmes celebrate at the Spring 2010 End of Year Banquet]