March 2010
Berkeley La Raza Law Journal;2010, Vol. 20, p205
Academic Journal
The article presents a speech by Edward L. Chávez of the New Mexico Supreme Court delivered during the Day of Affirmation Address on October 18, 2006 before the National Latina/o Law Student Association (NLLSA). Chávez discusses the challenges of the profession, his experience as a member of the Mexican-American Law Student Association (MALSA) and opportunities for Hispanic attorneys in the U.S.


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