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ImeIme Umana Becomes First Black Woman President of Harvard Law Review

HeadlineFeb 28, 2017

And for the first time in the 130-year history of the Harvard Law Review, its president is a black woman. Twenty-four-year-old ImeIme Umana, the daughter of Nigerian immigrants, was elected as the president of the United States’s most prestigious law review at the end of January. It’s the most powerful student position at Harvard Law School. Among others who have occupied that position was former President Barack Obama.

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