The African American Law Alumni Association:
Contact Terri Botsko for more information about participating in the AALAA.
2013 - 2014 African American Law Alumni Association Board
Jennifer A. Adair, L'05, Ohio Attorney General Jocelyn M. Armstrong, L'09, J. Armstrong Law Firm, LLC Candice L. Christon, L'07, Ohio School Boards Association, Board SecretaryCedric P. Collins, L'12, Ohio Department of Youth Services/Law Office of Cedric P. Collins, LLCSheila Craft-Morgan, L'10, Craft Morgan LawLindsay Ford Ellis, L'07, Central Ohio Transit Authority, Board PresidentMark Hatcher, L'06, T'06, Baker & Hostetler LLPLeShel Hutchings, L'05, JPMorgan ChaseDavid A. Ingram, L'11, Columbus City AttorneyBrian D. Mizelle, L'00, The Gnoesis Group, Board Vice-PresidentBeatrice M. Nokuri, L'12, Bricker & Eckler, LLPSamuel A. Peppers, III, L'93, Dinsmore & Shohl, LLPAshley S. Scott, L'12, Ernst & Young, LLPJ. Thomas Siwo, L'11, Bricker & Eckler LLPJarrod B. Skinner, L'05, Franklin County Court of Common Pleas
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.
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