3L Andi Dahmer elected to ABA Law Student Division Council

3L Andi Dahmer elected to ABA Law Student Division Council

The American Bar Association Law Student Division Assembly has elected Loandria “Andi” Dahmer to serve as law student at-large on the ABA Board of Governors for the 2024-25 term.

Dahmer is a 3L from Fisherville, Kentucky. She quadrupled majored in economics, international affairs, Spanish and Asian religions & cultures at Western Kentucky University.

The ABA Law Student Division Assembly comprises Student Bar Association presidents, Law Student liaisons to other ABA divisions and ABA representatives from each of the 197 ABA-accredited law schools. The Law Student Division Council oversees the general operation of the ABA Law Student Division, including advocating for and shaping legislation and policy, coordinating outreach to law students regarding ABA resources, and acting as representatives for law students to the ABA and the legal profession. Officers each serve a one-year term from August to July, in alignment with the ABA’s program and fiscal year.

Other council members are:

  • Chair: Jeremee Henry, Southern University Law Center
  • Vice Chair: Justyce Yuille, University of Arkansas School of Law
  • Delegate of Communications: Aubree Mys, University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law
  • Delegate of Diversity and Inclusion: Francesqa Kaggwa, Tulane University Law School
  • Delegate of Programming: Uniqua Smith, Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law