The Black Alumni Chapter (BAC) is committed to serving and coalescing Black alumni for the benefit of advancing the commonality of interests of the law school while focusing on creating opportunities, and offering support and networking to Black alumni, students and the community at large. The purpose of the chapter is to support admissions retention and recruitment programs and alumni engagement, create an identity and an enhanced sense of cohesiveness among this community and recognize the achievements and contributions Black alumni have made in the community, nation and universe.
The chapter supports and actively encourages contributions to the African American Scholarship. Proceeds from chapter related fundraising programs benefit the African American Scholarship, which provides critical financial support to an incoming or current African American student who might not otherwise be able to afford a Loyola education.
Way to Get Involved
- Join the Black Alumni Chapter
- Mentor a BLSA student or fellow alumni
- Attend and participate at events
- Share and promote LLS updates and initiatives
- Give to the African American Scholarship - Give now!
If you would like to become involved with the Black Alumni Chapter, contact Maya Kalinowski at Maya.Kalinowski@lls.edu.
The Black Alumni Chapter's leadership includes dedicated alumni who partner with the law school leadership to foster a lifelong connection.
Errol L. Cook '95
The Law Offices of Errol Cook
Brandy Estelle '01
Estelle & Kennedy, A Professional Law Corporation
Zakiya N. Glass '04
Harrington, Foxx, Dubrow & Canter
Robert L. Grace '87
County of Los Angeles
Demetria L. Graves '04
The Graves Law Firm
Shirley A. Henderson '72
Law Office of Shirley A. Henderson
Morgan Mallory '10
L.A. County District Attorney's Office
Hon. John V. Meigs '78
Superior Court of Los Angeles (Retired)
Courtney A. Morgan-Greene '06
Jonathan Mputu '17
Jennifer L. Richmond '92
Film & Ink Law Group PC
Ibiere N. Seck '07
Jabari A. Willis '04
Atkinson Andelson Loya Ruud & Romo