Monday, September 28, 2015

National LLSA Conference, co-hosted by NIU Law

The 19th annual National Latino Law Student Association Conference will be hosted by Northwestern University School of Law, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, and Northern Illinois University College of Law at Loyola's Campus, 25 E. Pearson St., & Northwestern's Law Campus, 375 E. Chicago from October 1-3, 2015.

Your $50 admission gets you:
  • FREE FOOD and DRINKS at the Welcome Cocktail Reception 
  • Access to the Career Fair 
  • Access to several panels headed by professors, practitioners, judges, elected officials, and prominent community leaders 
  • Networking opportunities 
  • FREE FOOD and DRINKS at the Closing Banquet 
  • Plus, the Closing Banquet will feature a Keynote Address on October 3 from U.S. House of Representative Congressman Luis Gutierrez. 

This year's theme is "Community and Leadership" with an overall goal to remind every person that attends the Conference about how they can be strong, effective leaders, individually and collectively, and leave with ideas on what they can do now to strengthen and empower Latino communities for the better. Students of all backgrounds are encouraged to attend.

Time is running out, so register now!! Deadline is on MONDAY, SEPT. 28TH.
How to Register: http://nllsa.org/conference/
How to Pay: http://nllsa.org/conference/member-reg/