Office of Diversity Affairs
Dedication to Diversity
Tope K. Odoffin
"My experiences at The John Marshall Law School have been invaluable. As president of the Glenn T. Johnson Chapter of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA), I witnessed first hand the dedication of this administration to diversity."
"The success of BLSA can be attributed to two things: the dedication of its members, and continuous support from the law school's staff and administration. Additionally, students receive unprecedented support from our faculty. I consider myself lucky to be a part of this law school's legacy."
Third-year student Tope K. Odoffin (JD '08) served as president of the Black Law Students Association, was a second-year Student Bar Association representative, is a member of the Student Affairs Committee, the Diversity Affairs Committee, the Moot Court Council, and a Student Ambassador. She earned the Louis Biro Scholarship and the Women's Bar Foundation Scholarship. Tope holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in public policy studies from DePaul University in Chicago. Her legal experiences include: a study of European law in Greece, Italy and Spain, and an internship at the Cook County State's Attorney's Office.