Browsing category:

Uncategorized


“Wow! You’re in law school?” “You must be really smart, huh?” “Are you a basketball player?” These questions symbolize balancing limited societal expectations of Black men with barely accessible avenues for academic achievement. As a result, many Black men in law school and the legal profession are relegated to encourage an unlearning and re-education of[…]

Read More

Hello and happy Black History Month! My name is Nicole Maylor and I am the Director of Advocacy for the Black Law Student Association of Canada. I am a second-year law student at the McGill Faculty of Law and welcome you all to this blog series titled The Future of the Legal Profession: The Black[…]

Read More

BLSA Canada stands in solidarity with fellow Muslim law students. Click here to read our Statement of Support. BLSA Canada mourns alongside all those shaken by the tragic shooting at a mosque in Sainte-Foy, Québec, that took 6 lives and wounded 8 others. We condemn hatred and acts of division. We must stand together in love and[…]

Read More

It is important that pre-law students are exposed to the profession in which they aspire to work. With the help of the BLSA Canada chapters, pre-law students will receive free assistance from current law students for law school applications. Please refer to the BLSACares poster here for more information on the BLSA Canada online workshop, Conference workshop[…]

Read More