McLain Quoted in LA Sentinel About Langston Bar Gala

07 February 2019 Los Angeles Sentinel News
Partner Byron McLain, who is the new president of the Langston Bar Association, was quoted in the Los Angeles Sentinel’s article, “Langston Bar Salutes Legal Luminaries, Awards $60,000 in Scholarships,” about the Langston Bar’s recent Gala on Saturday February 2, 2019.

The Langston Bar Association is the largest and oldest African-American organization of lawyers, judges and law students in the western United States. “Our mission is to empower leadership, advance the professional development of our members, and promote the administration of justice in the Black community and the community at large,” explained McLain.

McLain noted that he plans to raise $100,000 for scholarships under his tenure to help fund the tuition of law students.


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