Students from each of the Northern California law schools are chosen to serve as student liaisons to BWLNC. Liaisons assist in developing student member programs, help coordinate BWLNC/law school events and serve as the immediate BWLNC contact at law schools throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Contact your liaison for information about BWLNC or any questions you may have. If your school is not yet represented, we are still considering candidates. Please send your resume to email@example.com.
University of San Francisco School of Law
Rosan Agbajoh is currently a 3L at University of San Francisco School of Law. Rosan has an interest in Employment Law, Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice and Wrongful Death litigation. She received her B.A in Political Science, Pre-Law Option, and a minor in Psychology from California State University East Bay in 2014.Rosan is originally from Nigeria, she hopes to one day (long time from now) go back and be the first female president. Rosan is also a junior staff editor for the USF law review and a Torts tutor.In her spare time Rosan loves to cook, watch TV series on Netflix and hulu, dance and listen to music, she also loves outdoor activities such as hiking and biking.
UC Davis School of Law
Moji Majekodunmi is a 2L at UC Davis School of Law. She is actively involved in the school community by having leadership roles in several organizations including: External Relations Director of the Black Law Students Association, Internal Competitions Chair of the Negotiations Team, Executive Editor of the Environs Law & Policy Journal, and Internal Relations Director of the Labor & Employment Law Association. Moji intends to work in the labor & employment law field upon graduation. She completed her undergraduate studies at CSU Long Beach and is originally from Southern California. In her spare time she enjoys taking kick boxing classes, having wine and cheese nights with friends, and starting a Melanin Book Club with her girlfriends.
Golden Gate University School of Law
Sherri Bridgeforth is a 3L at Golden Gate University School of Law (GGU). Currently, she is Vice-Chair of the Western Region Black Law Students Association. Sherri also serves as President on the GGU Black Law Students Association’s executive board. She graduated from Dominican University of California with a double major in Politics and Psychology in 2006. Prior to attending law school she worked as a civil service analyst for various California state departments. Sherri has an interest in Labor and Employment Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution. She enjoys cooking, movies, and Les Mills Bodypump classes.
Berkeley School of Law
Samya Abdela is a 2L at UC Berkeley School of Law. She is currently the Co-President of the Law Students of African Descent (LSAD), the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Berkeley Journal of Entertainment & Sports Law and a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Team. She graduated from UC Berkeley in 2015 with a BA in Political Science. Samya worked at Perkins Coie SF this past summer and next summer will be a Corporate & Sports attorney in the Chicago office of Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP. She is passionate about education access, black empowerment and experiential learning. In her spare time she loves to cook, travel and mentor aspiring law students.
UC Hastings College of the Law
Eyman Osman is currently a 2L at the University of California Hastings College of the Law. Eyman currently serves as treasurer of the BLSA board alongside with being junior editor in Hastings Women’s Law Journal. She is currently interested in litigation, employment law, and human rights advocacy. She graduated from the University of California Riverside with a political science degree with an emphasis on international affairs in 2014. Eyman is originally from Sudan, but immigrated to the states at the age of seven. In her spare time, she enjoys learning about new cultures, being adventurous, and spending as much time as possible with family and friends.
UC Hastings College of the Law
Jamilah Mena is a 2L at UC Hastings College of the Law. She is an active supporter of the Black Law Students Association and served as 1L Representative. Jamilah was born and raised in South Central Los Angeles to two hard-working Garífuna-Honduran parents who emphasized the importance of education. She attended Dartmouth College where she studied Geography, with a concentration in international development, and Chinese Language and Literature. While in law school, she seeks to nurture her interest in the intersection between law, business and international development. She is currently participating in a semester exchange at Peking University Law School to expand her knowledge of the way in which Chinese law impacts the global legal market. She is also research assistant to Professor Jodi L. Short, learning more about how regulatory legal issues shape business decisions globally. When she is not engaged in the rigors of the J.D. experience, she enjoys singing, writing novels and learning languages.