The Latino/a Law Students Association (LLSA) is an integral source of social and academic support for law students of Hispanic descent. LLSA members make up a network of students with interests in many fields of law who are devoted to the continued success of every member. Peer interactions support the transition into the law school environment and provide all members with assistance throughout their law school career. Additionally, LLSA seeks to provide a bridge for its members to become actively involved in associations and agencies concerned with issues affecting the Maryland Latino community. LLSA members attend Hispanic Committee meetings of the Maryland State Bar Association and are involved in the Hispanic National Bar Association. LLSA members also provide volunteer work in the community and assist at social festivities celebrating Hispanic contributions to the state.For more information, please contact our Executive Board at .
Third year law student Eduardo Garcia talks about his experience attending the Carey Law School, and how the Carey Law community is helping him build the foundation for a successful career.
Wandaly Fernandez talks about the Carey Law network, and how building personal relationships with her classmates, professors, and Carey Law alumni has helped her start a promising career in the law.
President: Brenda D. Villanueva
Vice-President: Nicholas Rodriguez
Secretary: Joselyn Santos
Treasurer: Lylian (Lily) Romero
Community Outreach Chair : Andrea Olsen
LLSA is proud to present the 2013-2014 Points of Pride, a brief list of Latino law student success.