BLSA, affiliated with the National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA), provides support, encouragement, and advice to students who identify themselves as African-American, Caribbean, or African. BLSA membership is open to all Penn Law students and provides valuable programming to inform and enlighten its members and the Penn community at large.

     BLSA serves its members and local community through many programs including: the annual Sadie Alexander Conference; Project Peace; Pan-Africa Program; Fredrick Douglass Moot Court; intensive first-year success program; exam prep workshops; professional development workshop series; networking programs with alumni; and mentoring program with pre-law students from local universities.

    For information on upcoming BLSA events and programs, check the list to the left or email us via the link at the bottom of the page.