African American Law Alumni Association (AALAA) - Capital University Law School

African American Law Alumni Association (AALAA)

  • The African American Law Alumni Association:

    • Fosters relationships between African American alumni and law students;
    • Recognizes outstanding contributions to the community by individual attorneys in memory of David D. White, L’31; and
    • Consults in the selection of a number of annual competitive scholarships in the name of David D. White to Capital University Law School’s African American law students.

    Contact Terri Botsko for more information about participating in the AALAA.

    President
    Cedric P. Collins, L'12, Ohio Department of Youth Services

    African American Law Alumni Association Board - 2017-2018 

    Akpevwe M. Akpofure, L'15, Kegler Brown
    George F. Calloway, Jr., MD, L'12, Office of George Calloway, Jr. LLC
    Sheila D. Craft-Morgan, L'10, The Ohio State University
    Robert . Gresham, L'07, Wright & Schulte
    David A. Ingram, L'11, State of Ohio Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors
    Devin M. Parram, L'07, Bricker & Eckler LLP, Treasurer
    Nicole M. Pittman, L'08, Nationwide
    Brittany M. Sendi, L'12, Ohio Department of Education, Secretary
    Aracely Tagliaventi, L'13, Franklin County Court of Common Pleas
    Sean L. Walton, Jr., L'11, Walton & Brown, LLC, Vice President

    About David D. White, L’31 

    David D. White, Class of 1931, was the Law School’s first African American graduate and the first African American attorney licensed to practice in Columbus, Ohio. Throughout his career, Mr. White served the community in a variety of capacities. He practiced law for more than 57 years as a partner in the firm of Bell, White and Ross. He was a member of the Columbus Bar Association Board of Governors, the Ohio Public Defender Commission, the Ohio State Bar Association's Council of Delegates and the Ohio Civil Rights Commission. Mr. White died in 1992. In 1989, the African American Law Alumni Association established the Capital University Law School’s David D. White Scholarship in his honor.