Hispanic Law Student Association
The Hispanic Law Students Association, "HLSA," is a legal society at Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center, founded in 1980 to bring together students of both Hispanic and American heritage, as well as to promote and advance Hispanic awareness within the community. HLSA works with other organizations on campus to sponsor speakers on subjects of common interest to the student body. In addition, HLSA organizes and holds a variety of community service events and networking events in order to introduce students to judges and attorneys in the legal community.
- HLSA is an organization for both Hispanic and non-Hispanic students, day students and night students.
- Class outlines and materials available to HLSA members are also available for all students who join.
- Guest speaker events, social gatherings, food sales, fundraising events, volunteer and pro-bono opportunities.
- Networking events with law firms and other law schools.
- Signature events involving lunch at the Broward County Courthouse with judges and attorneys.
- Close relationships with several Florida Bar associations. And lots more…
2013-2014 Board Members:
|Luz Nieto||Vice President|
|Zarinah St Lawrence||Director of Finance|
|Lourdes Mantecon||Director of Official Records|
|Ena Valera Teano||Director of Community Affairs|
|Sandra Bahamonde||Director of Legal Affairs|
|Jessica Gomez||Director of 2L Involvement|
|Maykelin Salmeron||Director of Evening Involvement|
|Fatima Bachemin||Director of 1L Involvement|