National Black Law Students Association

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Description The National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) is a national organization formed to articulate and promote the needs and goals of black law students and effectuate change in the legal community. As the largest student run organization in the United States with over 6,000 members, NBLSA is also comprised of chapters or affiliates in six different countries including The Bahamas, Nigeria, and South Africa.
Address 1225 11th Street N.W.
Washington
District Of Columbia
20001-4217
United States of America
Phone number (202) 618-2572
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Submission Date 11/21/10 (Edited 11/22/10)



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