About the GLLF
The Georgia Latino Law Foundation's (GLLF) mission is to increase diversity in the legal profession by supporting the Latino legal community pipeline. In addition, we seek to increase the Latino community's access to the legal system by educating and empowering Latinos to join the legal profession.
Our vision is provide a pathway to success for Latinos interested in the legal profession through pre-law education, mentoring, and substantive legal experience opportunities.
Latino Law Students Law Day
Calling all incoming and current Latino law students! This year's Law Day will take place on August 3 and 4 at the Georgia State University College of Law's campus.
We hope you can join us!
2018 Fellowship Luncheon
This year, at the Fellowship Luncheon, the GLLF awarded six fellowships to Latino law students and recognized two outstanding attorneys - Adria L. Perez and Jessica Wood- with the Trailblazer Award. We were honored to have Ed Martinez, President of the UPS Foundation, as our keynote speaker. Thank you to all who attended!
Friends of the Foundation
GLLF's programs would not be possible without the support of our sponsors and friends.
Solo/Small Firm Partners