The mission of the Latino Law Alumni Association (LLAA) is to develop a vibrant network of Latino alumni and students; to support the members’ academic and professional development; and to promote the recruitment and advancement of Latino students, faculty, and staff at the George Washington University Law School.
LLAA Board Members
- Jacqueline C. Ledón, JD '05, President
- Adrian Snead, JD '11, Vice President
General Membership Meetings
Second Wednesday of each month
We meet the second Wednesday of each month to plan and implement our programming. We welcome existing and new members to participate. There is no cost to join.
Register here for the next three meetings (April 14, May 12, and June 9).
Hispanic Heritage Month
September 15 - October 15, 2021
Stay tuned for a series of events as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage month.
Virtual Cooking Social
Sunday, March 21
LLAA joined guest chef Federico Fialayre for a cooking demonstration. Federico, executive chef and proprietor of Tomo 1 in Buenos Aires, guided us through preparing a delicious meal of Ribeye Steak with Chimichurri Dip, Salsa Criolla Salad, and Rice Croquetas. Here is a list of all the ingredients and utensils required. Learn more about our guest chef (Instagram, Twitter) and his restaurant here.
This event was graciously sponsored by Crowell & Moring LLP. Crowell & Moring is deeply committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion and is proud to support the Latinx law community. More information on Crowell & Moring can be found on their website here.
Meet the New Dean: Dayna Bowen Matthew
December 20, 2020
The Latino Law Alumni Association and Latino Law Student Association met with Dean Dayna Bowen Matthew to discuss her vision for the law school and how that relates to Latino alumni and students.
LLAA Meet and Greet
October 8, 2020
The Latino Law Alumni Association hosted a virtual meet and greet connecting alumni, faculty, and students.
Latino Law Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship
The Latino Law Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship was established by members of the Latino Law Alumni Association in recognition of their gratitude to the law school. This fund will provide a need-based scholarship for a student at GW Law, and preference will be given to active members of the Latino Law Student Association or students who have a demonstrated interest in Hispanic history and culture.
If you would like to learn more about LLAA, please email [email protected].
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