The Latin American Law Student Association (LALSA) is a student group aimed to represent the richness of the Latino Culture to the VLS community, to act as an advocate and open forum for members of the community interested in legal and non-legal Latino issues.
CURRENT LATIN AMERICAN LAW STUDENT ASSOCIATION E-BOARD MEMBERS
Cameron Briggs Ramos JD'23 - President
Cameron Briggs Ramos is a 2L from Luquillo, Puerto Rico. She graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and minors in both Spanish and Latin American Studies. After completing her undergraduate studies in 2019, Cameron worked as a Community Outreach Coordinator for a recycling and composting company in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Over the summer of 2021, she interned for Legal Services Vermont. After law school, Cameron would like to work on food sovereignty projects and policy on an international scale. Cameron also dreams of moving back home to Puerto Rico and opening a farm to table plant-based restaurant. .
Luis González JD'23 - Secretary
Luis González is a rising 2L from Temecula, California. They graduated from UC San Diego in 2018 with a double major in Ethnic Studies and Political Science. After college, Luis worked as an English teacher in South Korea. Over the summer they did a legal clerkship with the EPA Region III (Philly & DC). Luis’s goal is to work in environmental law in some capacity after law school.
Nathaly Lora Javier JD'24 - Treasurer
Nathaly Lora Javier is a dual degree student pursing a JD and Masters of Arts in restorative Justice. She obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Justice Studies with a double concentration in International Justice and Paralegal Studies. She was born in Dominican Republic and was raised in Newark, NJ for most of her life. After graduating, Nathaly wants to be a human rights lawyer.