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2017 Northeast Black Law Students Association Convention
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The 49th Annual Convention for the Northeast Black Law Student Association is taking place January 25-29, 2017 in Boston Massachusetts. We invite you to join us for a week of oral advocacy competitions, informative panels, networking, community service and more. We look forward to seeing our NEBLSA Family in January.

1/25/2017 to 1/29/2017
When: January 25-29, 2017
Where: The Omni Parker House
60 School Street
Boston, Massachusetts  02108
United States
Contact: Gregory Kimble


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The 49th Annual NEBLSA Convention will feature our regional oral advocacy competitions, networking opportunities, panels for law students and a day focused on pre-law students.  We are proud to partner with Suffolk University Law School, who will be hosting our regional Thurgood Marshal Mock Trial and  Frederick Douglass Moot Court competitions. Convention Registration provides access to all panels, workshops, dinners, networking events, and our annual Gala.

 

HOTEL INFORMATION

 

Lodging will be provided by the Omni Parker House in downtown Boston.  The hotel is just steps away from Suffolk University Law School.  For our special convention price please click HERE.

 

COMPETITIONS

 

If your chapter is interested in competing in the Regional Frederick Douglass Moot Court and Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Competitions, please go to http://nblsa.org/competitionsfor more information including registration and competition rules.

 

 

*Please note that NEBLSA is empowered to make and enforce its own rules and to require that its members and officers refrain from conduct injurious to NBLSA or its purposes. The National Executive Board will have the power to discipline or otherwise censure its members, officers, staff persons and committee members. Enforcement of any disciplinary action is pursuant to Article V, Section 4(g) of the National Constitution.

 

 

 

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