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National Black Law Journal

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The National Black Law Journal (NBLJ) has been committed to scholarly discourse exploring the intersection of race and the law since 1970, when the NBLJ was started by five African-American law students and two African-American law professors. The Journal was the first of its kind in the United States.

Race Relations in the South

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Honorable Mentions

"THE STAFF OF THE NATIONAL BLACK LAW JOURNALCONSORTIUM BOARD WOULD LIKE TO GIVEHONORABLE MENTION TO THE FOLLOWING MEMBERSOF THE JUDICIARY IN THE STATE OF LOUISIANA FORTHEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARD CIVIL RIGHTS ANDJUSTICE:Judge Joan Bernard ArmstrongCourt of Appeal - 4th CircuitState of LouisianaNew Orleans, LAJudge Lionel R. Collins24th Judicial District ofJefferson Parish - State of LouisianaGretna, LAMagistrate Louis MooreFederal Magistrate in theEastern District of LouisianaNew Orleans, LA"