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Hofstra Law BLSA Team Reaches Finals in 2019 Nelson Mandela Int’l Negotiations Competition

Photo of Hofstra Law students Olivier Labossiere 3L and Jordon Flanigan 1L with the second-place award at the 2019 Nelson Mandela International Negotiations Competition

The Hofstra Law Black Law Student Association (BLSA) team of Olivier Labossiere 3L (at left in photo) and Jordon Flanigan 1L finished second in the 2019 Nelson Mandela International Negotiations Competition, a national competition offered by the National Black Law Student Association (NBLSA). Fifteen teams participated in the competition, which took place during the NBLSA’s national convention in Little Rock, Arkansas, from March 12-17.

The Nelson Mandela International Negotiations Competition is the only non-litigation-based competition offered by the NBLSA. The competition provides members with a unique opportunity to develop useful negotiation skills, while creating awareness of important global issues.

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