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.
Volume 2, Issue 2, 1972
Table of Contents
Includes: Board of Editors
[Note from NBLJ Voume 2, Number 3, Winter 1972: "
"Subsequent to the pulblication of the Armand Derfner article, "Multi-Member Districts and Black Voters," which appeared in the Summer, 1972 issue of the BiACK LAW JOURNAL, there have been a niunber of significant changes. Before citing this article, please contact the Board of Editors and a copy of these changes will be immediately forwarded."