Pre-Law Day featuring Navan Ward

Beasley Allen attorney Navan Ward talks about the minority pre-law day for 11th and 12th grade high school students. Only a small percentage of students actually want to be a lawyer due to lack of exposure to the profession. This conference, developed by the Alabama State Bar, provides an opportunity for minority students to interact with attorneys one on one and more.


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