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Windsor Law students will be prominent on the Black Law Students Association of Canada (BLSAC) Executive during 2010 - 11. Three Windsor students have been elected to the Executive for the coming year: Lashell Eaton Law I (Treasurer), Nailah Gordon-Dececio, Law I (Secretary), and , Te-Anna Bailey Law I (Mentorship Representative). The election was held at the association’s annual conference hosted by McGill University on February 18-20, 2010.
More than 112 students attended the conference along with 30 practioners and academics who spoke on a wide-range of topics. Highlights from the conference included a lecture by Peter Hogg on the constitutionality of interprovincial class action lawsuits and a talk by Honourable Mr. Justice Adrian Dudley Saunders, Caribbean Court of Justice who spoke about the International internship program with Western law and the great opportunity it provides for students. Next year The Black Law Students' Association is celebrating its 20th anniversary. The mission of the association is to support and enhance the professional, academic and networking opportunities for Black students. Next year's conference will be held in Toronto on February 24-27, 2011.
Congratulations Lashell, Nailah, and Te-Anna!
Windsor Law Students Prominent on BLSAC Executive