Second-Year Law Student and President, Black Law Students Association, Loyola Law School Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California)
Seth Fowler is a second-year law student and President of the Black Law Students Association at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. A native of Los Angeles, CA, he graduated cum laude from Morehouse College with B.A.s in Business Administration and Spanish. After college, Seth worked as an elementary school teacher before becoming involved in politics as a council aide for a Los Angeles City Councilman, where he collaborated with City departments to address constituent concerns including a broad range of municipal issues such as tree trimming, street and sidewalk repair and traffic decongestion. As a Field Representative for a CA State Assemblyman, Seth helped constituents garner Medicare, unemployment and disability benefits. Additionally, he helped develop resolutions to public policy issues such as prison overcrowding, police brutality and oil fracking.
Seth is a member of the Los Angeles Urban League Young Professionals and National Black Law Students Association. He hopes to take the tools garnered at Loyola Law School into the world of politics and public policy as a vocal consumer advocate. Seth is also a published author and illustrator, whose children’s book Cory the Popcorn’s Big Adventure is sold at Barnes and Noble and endorsed by director Spike Lee and signer Brandy Norwood.