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Association of Latin-American Law Students

The Association of Latin-American Law Students` goals are to:

  • encourage the study of law among Latin-American students by initiating programs of recruitment and information
  • ensure the retention of Latin-American law students enrolled at the law school by implementing programs of assistance designed to aid the student beyond the scope of materials covered within the classroom
  • protect the interests of Latin-American students within the law school on issues pertaining to school policies, particularly in the areas of academic standing, hiring and firing of faculty, and admissions procedures
  • educate and sensitize the law school community and other interested groups to the pressing problems confronting the Latin-American community
  • support and assist, wherever possible, those other groups both within and outside the law school that demonstrate their concern for the well-being and survival of the Latin-American community

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