Becoming a lawyer can be incredibly difficult for children living in underprivileged school districts. They face the challenges of finding the right college, and finding the finances to pursue the higher education they need to earn a law degree. Most of all, many of these students don’t believe that its possible for them to pursue a career in law, but Latoya C. Brown—an associate litigation attorney here at Colson Hicks Eidson—wants these kids to know that this isn’t true. How Can Law Become More Diverse? Latoya Brown organized a moderated presentation and panel for the students of Miami Southridge Senior High School. The event exposed around 175 young and underprivileged students to the practice of law and the possibilities a career in law could hold for their futures. This was the third event Brown has organized for underprivileged students, and so far this community outreach has been a great success….
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