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Join us for a discussion with student leaders of the Stanford Law First-Generation & Low-Income (FLI) Professionals and SLS FLI alumni to learn more about the community and opportunities for alumni to engage in efforts to support the community. This event is open to members of the SLS community who identify as FLI or are allies of the community.
This event will feature a panel discussion with the outgoing SLS FLI Professionals co-presidents Eric Phung, JD ’22, Tiarra Rogers, JD ’22, alumni perspectives from Stanford Trustee Emerita Miriam Rivera, BA ’86, MA ’89, JD/MBA ’94. The discussion will be moderated by past SLS FLI Professionals and Stanford First-generation and/or Low-Income Alumni Network co-president Chris Middleton, BA ’16, JD ’21.
Stanford Law School FLI Professionals is a student-led group that offers support for SLS students who identify as first-generation and/or low-income professionals. This includes students who grew up in working-class or low-income communities, students who are first in their family to attend college, and students who are first in their family to attend professional school.
Our organization welcomes students from a variety of backgrounds. We strive to provide a safe and inclusive space for Stanford Law students who lack access to some of the class-based privileges of our peers. We seek to facilitate the transition and integration of first-generation and/or low-income students into SLS and the legal profession through mentorship, career advising, academic support, social activities, and more.
This event is brought to you by the Stanford Law School in partnership with SLS FLI Professionals, and the Stanford First-generation and/or Low-Income Alumni Network (FLAN).