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Students, lawyers and judges from across Canada will attend the 23rd Annual Black Law Students’ Association of Canada (BLSA Canada) national conference at the Halifax Marriot Harbourfront hotel from January 30 to February 2, 2014. The national conference is an opportunity for the legal community to gather together to discuss diversity and access to justice in[…]

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POUR DIFFUSION IMMÉDIATE: L’Association des Étudiants Noirs en Droit du Canada pleure la perte du leader contre l’apartheid, Nelson Mandela L’Association des Étudiants Noirs en Droit du Canada (L’AENDC) envoie leurs plus sincères condoléances à la famille et aux amis du défunt Nelson Mandela. Les membres de l’exécutif national de l’AENDC, ainsi que leurs circonscriptions,[…]

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Black Law Students’ Association of Canada Mourns the Loss of Anti-Apartheid Leader Nelson Mandela The Black Law Students’ Association of Canada (BLSA Canada) extends condolences to the family and friends of the late Nelson Mandela. BLSA Canada’s national executive, constituency, allies and supporters of social justice worldwide are deeply saddened at[…]

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The Black Law Students’ Association of Canada (BLSA Canada) invites you to submit a piece of your original/unpublished work for the annual magazine. Each year, the magazine is available in hard copy at the national conference and on the BLSA Canada website. This is an excellent opportunity for students, faculty and BLSA alumni to have[…]

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POUR DIFFUSION IMMÉDIATE: Le verdict du procès de meurtre «l’État de Floride c. Zimmerman» met en évidence le besoin d’une discussion approfondie des problèmes raciaux dans le milieu juridique et dans la société – L’Association des Étudiants Noirs en Droit du Canada L’Association des Étudiants Noirs en Droit du Canada (AENDC) est profondément déçue du[…]

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Florida v. Zimmerman (the Trayvon Martin Murder Case) Verdict Highlights the Need for Critical Discussion of Race in the Legal Profession and Society – The Black Law Students’ Association of Canada The Black Law Students’ Association of Canada (BLSA Canada) is deeply disappointed by the verdict of not guilty that was[…]

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We have now have three candidates running for BLSAC President: 1. Marvin Coleby (McGill U) 2. Julie Sobowale (Dalhousie U) 3. Jeanne Sumbu (Dalhousie U) Please click on their names to view their platforms.  For more information on how to vote, please click here.    

Thank you to all those who participated in Be the Change: BLSAC’s 22nd Annual National Conference in February. It was a huge success! We have uploaded some photos from this year’s Gala (Photos by Samantha Clarke). We have also uploaded the official Conference Magazine! Click here to view the photos and magazine.