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National Black Law Students Association

NBLSAThe National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) is 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.

The Pre-Law Division is a component of NBLSA which was created in an effort to advocate for and cultivate the next generation of lawyers. Undergraduate students who become members will be informed of the law school application process, advised on navigating law school, gain informed about the legal career, and be mentored by law students and legal professionals. In addition to our effort to cultivate, UTK’s chapter aims to promote community outreach through service in the greater Knoxville area and also sponsor campus awareness events. To obtain more information about NBLSA, please visit http://www.nblsa.org or follow the UT Pre-Law Chapter of the National Black Law Student Association on Twitter.


2014-2015 Officers:

President – Shaurisa Bond

Vice-President – Shante Carmouche-Oliver

Secretary – Shaurisa Bond

Treasurer – Shaurisa Bond

Publicity Chair – Shaurisa Bond

Parliamentary – Shaurisa Bond

Community Service Chair – Shante Carmouche-Oliver


If you are interested in obtaining membership, please contact Shaurisa Bond at sbond4@vols.utk.edu.

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