WMU-Cooley Student Elected to Post with NBLSA

WMU-Cooley Law School second-year student Katherine Chatman has been elected to serve as the National Black Law Students Association director of community service.

In her role as NBLSA’s director of community service, Chatman coordinates and executes all community affairs projects undertaken on a national or multi-regional level, provides for recognition of chapters who have developed model community service programs, and organizes a community service project to be conducted during the organizations national convention.

Chatman, of Tampa, is a member of WMU-Cooley’s Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society and is NBLSA’s outgoing director of pre-law. In addition to her role as director of community service, Chatman serves as the current community relations chair for WMU-Cooley’s Black Law Students Association chapter.

Mar 27 2017


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