Black Law Students' Association of Lakehead Univeristy

Name Black Law Students' Association of Lakehead Univeristy (BLSA-LU)
Type Club
Campus Thunder Bay
Purpose The Black Law Students’ Association of Canada (BLSAC) recognizes the essential role that we will play as lawyers in furthering the aspirations of our community and Canadian society as a whole. We are committed to supporting and enhancing the academic, professional and networking opportunities for Black law students in both official languages. We also recognize the need to ‘pay it forward’ and have a very active mentoring program for high school and university students interested in a legal career. Our main goal is to assist our members to create careers that fulfil their goals whether their desire is to work domestically or internationally. We are proud to provide opportunities for formal and informal discussions about legal policy issues, effective career strategies, and evolutions in substantive law or furthering the discussion about challenges faced by the Black community within the administration of justice. We reflect the diversity of the African/Black experience and see our national organization as providing the means for us to take our rightful space and make a meaningful contribution to the furtherance of justice.
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Certification Certified without conditions Expires on 2020-10-31
Mailing Address Black Law Students' Association of Lakehead Univeristy
c/o Lakehead University Student Union
955 Oliver Road
Room SC-0001
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5E1
Accounts Payable and Receivable LUSU Services Officer
(807) 343-8259, option 1
general@lusu.ca Please contact us before issuing credit to this organziation.
Risk Management Contact Angela Calaiezzi
(807) 343-8552
angela.calaiezzi@lusu.ca
Public Contact Tochi Nwaokocha

647-962-3242

Executive Officers Danika Goshulak, Secretary
Sharon Tathgur, Treasurer
Tochi Nwaokocha, President
The above persons are authorized to represent this organization to the university community and the public.
Current As Of 2020-08-15

LUSU makes every attempt to ensure the accuracy of the above information but some of it may be out-of-date or incorrect. If you have questions about anything listed above, please contact us via e-mail or call us at (807) 343-8259.