Azure'De Wilkins wins scholarship from Black Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles

October 17, 2012

AzureDe Wilkins
This 3L was awarded a 2012 scholarship from the Black Women Lawyers Assocation of Los Angeles Foundation, which supports second- and third-year law students who have demonstrated outstanding scholastic achievement, superior writing ability, community involvement and financial need. Wilkins, a native of Santa Ana, earned her bachelor's degree in Speech Communications from California State University, Fullerton, and after college spent two years working on immigration and fair housing issues as a Diversity Fellow sponsored by Munger, Tolles & OLson LLP. At UCI Law, Wilkins is a Legal Writing Teaching Fellow, a Senior Notes Editor on the UC Irvine Law Review and is co-founder and President of the Black Law Students Alliance. She has logged many hours of pro bono work since her first year of law school and this summer, Wilkins was an intern at the ACLU of Southern California in Los Angeles.