2013-2014 BLSA EXECUTIVE BOARD

President - Kaine Hampton

Kaine Hampton is a 2L at the Washington College of Law. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Houston. Calling Houston, Texas home, Kaine's legal interests include Corporate and Finance Law. Kaine is a junior staffer for the Business Law Review, a Barbri Representative, a Lexis Nexis Representative, and a member of the Moot Court Honor Society.


 

Vice President - Shantel Williams

Shantel Williams is a 2L at the Washington College of Law. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Philosophy from Howard University. Originally from Norfolk, VA, Shantel's legal interests include Entertainment Law. Shantel is a junior staffer for the Administrative Law Review, a Dean’s Fellow for the Legal Rhetoric Program, a Barbri Representative, and a member of the Moot Court Honor Society.

 

 

Secretary - Jacqueline Niba

Jacqueline Niba is a 2L at the Washington College of Law. She received a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Economics from the University of Delaware. She is a native of Bamenda, Cameroon. Her interests include Public and Private International Law. Jackie is the managing editor for the Sustainable Law Brief and a Speak Truth to Power Human Rights Teaching Fellow.


Treasurer - Shannon Schoultz

Shannon Schoultz is a 2L at the Washington College of Law. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Sport and Entertainment Management from the University of South Carolina. Shannon hails from Beech Island, SC. Her legal interests include Litigation, Sport and Entertainment Law, and Education Law. Shannon is a junior staffer for the Administrative Law Review, a Marshall-Brennan Fellow, a Dean’s Fellow for the Legal Rhetoric Program, a Kaplan Representative, and a member of the Moot Court Honor Society. Most recently, Shannon participated in the London-Brussels-Paris-Geneva Study Abroad Program and worked as a Judicial Intern for the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina.

 

Public Relations Chair - Iyana Smith

Iyana Smith is a 2L at the Washington College of Law. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Spelman College. Originally hailing from the land of ten thousand lakes - Minnesota, Iyana's legal interests include Juvenile Justice and Criminal Law. Iyana serves as a junior staffer for the Business Law Review and as a Marshall-Brennan fellow. Most recently, Iyana participated in the London-Brussels-Paris-Geneva Study Abroad Program and worked as a Judicial Intern at the Minnesota Fourth District Court.

 

 

Community Service Chairs - Amber Bennett & Ilays Aden

Amber Bennett and Ilays Aden are both 2L students at the Washington College of Law. Amber received a joint Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Political Science from Creighton University. Calling Omaha, NE home, Amber's legal interests include International Human Rights Law. Amber is a Speak Truth to Power Human Rights Teaching Fellow. Amber worked as a human rights intern for Motley Rice LLC in Johannesburg, South Africa. Ilays received a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Political Science from the University of Washington. Calling Seattle, WA home, Ilays' legal interests include International Human Rights Law. Most recently, Amber and Ilays participated in the London-Brussels-Paris-Geneva Study Abroad Program.

Social Chair - Raziya Brumfield

Raziya Brumfield is a 2L at the Washington College of Law. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies and Rhetoric from the University of California at Berkley. Raziya calls Compton, California home, and her legal interests include Education Law and Policy, School to Prison Pipeline Issues, and Civil Rights Law. Before law school, Raziya was a Paralegal for a non-profit Civil Rights law firm. She is a Junior Staffer for the Journal on Gender and Social Policy. Most recently, Raziya participated in the London-Brussels-Paris-Geneva Study Abroad Program.



1L Resource Coordinator - Tolu Odunsi

Tolu Odunsi is a 2L at the Washington College of Law. She received a Bachelor's degree in Human Development from Binghamton University. A native of Nigeria, and a resident of New York, Tolu's legal interests include Corporate Immigration Law. Tolu is a junior staffer for the International Law Review and a student attorney for the Public International Law and Policy Group. Most recently, Tolu participated in the London-Brussels-Paris-Geneva Study Abroad Program.