In the news: Two UT Law students elected to NLLSA executive board

Two UT Law students were recently elected to the executive board of the National Latina/o Law Student Association (NLLSA). Vanessa Parras (1L) and Krysia Camino (3L, JD-MBA) were elected to the positions of secretary and treasurer, respectively.
October 13, 2015 2:05 pm
2015-2016 NLLSA Executive Board
2015-2016 NLLSA Executive Board. Krysia Camino and Vanessa Parras are pictured on the far bottom right, respectively. Photo credit: Infinite Film Productions.

Two UT Law students were recently elected to the executive board of the National Latina/o Law Student Association (NLLSA). Vanessa Parras (1L) and Krysia Camino (3L, JD-MBA) were elected to the positions of secretary and treasurer, respectively. 

The two students attended the 2015 NLLSA National Conference in Chicago, Illinois during the second weekend of October to meet with the other recently elected executive board members. They were accompanied by fellow UT Law students Karla Mendez (1L) and outgoing NLLSA South Atlantic Regional Director, Juan Cristóbal Quevedo (3L).

NLLSA is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation serving as Latina/o law students’ connection to the larger Latina/o legal community. NLLSA is committed to encouraging student-led encuentros (retreats), conferences, and other community-strengthening gatherings. The organization additionally focuses on advancing Latina/o academic success and commitment to community service.