Two ND Law students named National Black Law Students Association executives

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Denise Wager | July 29, 2020

Ijeoma Oti and Jaylen Amaker, both rising second-year students at Notre Dame Law School, have been appointed to the 2020-2021 National Black Law Students Association executive board.

Oti will serve as the national director of advocacy and external initiatives, while Amaker will serve as the national director of career and professional development.

In her role, Oti will work to harmonize action on policy and civic issues affecting minority communities. She will also establish a social action plan that furthers the mission, objectives, and purposes of the NBLSA constitution.

“I hope to help increase the number of culturally responsible Black and minority attorneys who excel academically and succeed professionally. I look forward to influencing legal systems by advocating for meaningful change, addressing the needs and concerns of the Black community,” said Oti.

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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