The Stanford Latino Law Students Association (SLLSA) is a student-run organization committed to three goals:
1) Creating a community for Latino students at Stanford Law School.
2) Creating greater cultural awareness of the wider Latino community among students at Stanford Law School.
3) Increasing Latino representation among the student body and faculty.
We meet these goals by providing academic and personal support to our members and by sponsoring a wide variety of academic, social, and cultural events. For example, in the past we have put on: academic talks on subjects of interest to Latinos; seminars on how to study effectively for exams; and workshops on how to perform well during interviews with potential employers. Additionally, the SLLSA office houses a library of textbooks, study aids, and course outlines that are available to our members.
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