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Ep. 276: Rachel Barnes, National Black Law Students Association Chair

Ep. 276: Rachel Barnes, National Black Law Students Association Chair

Update: 2020-12-14
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Black Americans are woefully underrepresented in the field of law, making up around 5% of all attorneys compared to 13% of the U.S. population. Enter NBLSA, the National Black Law Students Association—an organization working to improve the relationship between Black law students, Black attorneys, and the American legal structure. Nathan and Ben are joined by NBLSA National Director and Chair, Rachel Barnes to discuss how NBLSA is articulating and promoting the educational, professional, political, and social needs and goals of Black law students. The guys also hear from two students who are trying to push their scores higher than their current on-record, they advise someone who’s bummed about an early decision decision, and they tackle another LR question from PT 65. Plus, get the latest updates about the LSAT Demon. Read more on our website!

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Ep. 276: Rachel Barnes, National Black Law Students Association Chair

Ep. 276: Rachel Barnes, National Black Law Students Association Chair

Nathan Fox and Ben Olson