UPCOMING EVENTS
March 16, 2020
Engage. Empower. Elevate.
CANCELLATION OF UPCOMING LANGSTON EVENTS
Dear Langston Members and Friends,

We have been closely following the developments with the COVID-19 pandemic, and are committed to doing our part to deal with the current crisis. The safety of our community is of the utmost importance to us, and we are doing all we can to be responsible during this trying time.

In light of recent announcements by Governor Gavin Newsom, the California Dept of Public Health, Mayor Eric Garcetti, as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) which on Sunday March 15th called for the banning of all public events of more than 50 people for the next eight weeks, the John M. Langston Bar Association will be cancelling the following upcoming events scheduled in April and May:

April 9 - #BeABoss Starting and Scaling your Business in 2020
April 16 - Entertainment, Media & Sports Law Speed Mentoring Event & Reception
May 1 - May Day Law Clinic at Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza

We hope to be able to re-schedule these events for later in the year. We will also keep you posted on the status of other upcoming programs and events and notify you if further cancellations or postponements become necessary.  During this time, we encourage you to stay engaged with us on Instagram @_LangstonBar and  Facebook .

We are grateful for your support and look forward to seeing you at future events!

Wishing you good health,
Nyanza Shaw
2020 Langston President
OTHER IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS
Presiding Judge Kevin Brazile announces the scaling down of court operations to achieve social distancing in all 38 courthouses due to Covid-19.  
For More Info CLICK HERE
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has ordered a sweeping set of restrictions on businesses in Los Angeles, closing gyms, bars and movie theaters and in-person dining in restaurants to help contain the new coronavirus.  
For More Info CLICK HERE
Our Mission
To empower leadership, advance the professional development of its membership, and promote the administration of justice in the
Black community and the community at large.