Welcome to Yale Law School! We’re so excited to have you in the BLSA Community. Our mission is to foster an inclusive community and to provide as much support as possible during your time here. We have a variety of resources to ensure that your law school experience is successful, including academic, career, and clerkship materials.
We kick off fall semester with our retreat to welcome new members into the community. During the course of the year, we host events to connect students with professors, law firms, and judges. Never hesitate to reach out to 2L’s and 3L’s in the BLSA community, we’re here to help and are looking forward to getting to know you all better!
The Yale Black Law Students Association (BLSA) is a group of students committed to the advancement of African Americans inside and outside of YLS.
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The Yale Black Law Students Association (BLSA) is a student organization composed of Yale Law School students concerned with issues affecting members of the African Diaspora. The purpose of BLSA is to support and advance the interests of its members and the broader Black community.