Latinx Law Students Association

The Latinx Law Students Association (LLSA) of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law is a law student organization recognized by the Student Bar Association. LLSA’s primary mission is to serve as a resource for social and academic support, as well as community engagement to the greater Latinx community, for law students of Latinx heritage and their allies. LLSA members make up a network of students with interests in many fields of law who are devoted to the continued success of every LLSA member. Additionally, LLSA seeks to provide a bridge for its members to become actively involved in associations and agencies concerned with issues impacting the Latinx community in Maryland and nationwide. LLSA representatives support and may attend LatinoJustice PRLDEF Law Day, the Maryland State Bar Association, Hispanic Committee meetings and are involved in the Hispanic National Bar Association and the Maryland Hispanic Bar Association. LLSA members also provide pro bono assistance through the Maryland Immigrant Legal Assistance Project of the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland.

IMPACTO Award

The IMPACTO Award is presented to a lawyer, Latinx or ally, whose work in the legal academy, judiciary, private practice of law, government, public service agency or community organization has positively impacted Latinx and/or Latinx communities.  Recipients serve as role models and a source of inspiration for LLSA members.

For more information, please contact our Executive Board at llsa@law.umaryland.edu

Be sure to follow us on social media!

https://twitter.com/UMLLSA @UMLLSA
https://www.facebook.com/CareyLLSA/

2018-2019 Executive Board

President: Joelys González-Méndez
Vice-President: Karla Pérez-Chacón
Secretary: Daniel Sánchez
Treasurer: Daniel Juliao

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.