Orlando, Fla – FAMU College of Law students Ashley Little, third year; Chelsee Lee, second year; and Ryan Willis, third year, received appointments to the Southern Regional Black Law Student Association (SRBLSA).
The three students serve as members of SRBLSA Law Journal of the National Black Law Student Association, known as the Southern Journal of Policy and Justice. Little was appointed as senior editor, while Lee and Willis both were appointed as managing editors.
The SBLSA Journal debuted in 2005 as a premiere legal publication that serves as an instrument to uplift the African American community socially, politically, and economically. It is the oldest law journal of the National Black Law Students Association. The theme for the upcoming journal, Journal XIV, is Public Education within the Black Community.
Established in 1971, the Southern Region of the National Black Law Students Association is the largest of NBLSA’s six regions with more than 40 chapters and 1,700 law students in: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
The Southern Region of the Black Law Students Association is a regional affiliate of the National Black Law Students Association, a student-run, national organization formed to articulate and promote the needs and goals of Black law students.
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