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 4, Issue 1, 1975
Organizing and Advising Small Business Enterprises: Symposium
Includes cover with text:
Organizing and Advising Small Business Enterprises
Samuel C. Thompson, Jr.
Clinton Bristow, Jr.
William R. Jackson, Jr.
Roland E. Person
Sponsored by Northwestern University School of Law
Table of Contents
Includes: Special Issue Editors, UCLA Board of Editors
This issue of the Black Law Journal contains the transcripts of an EEO/Affirmative Action Conference held in the Fall of 1974 at Harvard University. The conference, entitled "A Step Toward Equality: Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity," was attended by over 200 college and university administrators from around the country. Speakers for the panels and workshops are among the most knowledgeable in their respective areas. [excerpt]