Laura Price

Southwestern Law School

CABL Judicial Council



Laura Price draws from her unique perspective as a Black and Mexican American woman. Her personal and professional experiences in the public interest sector have fueled her advocacy for underrepresented individuals and families. Laura’s authentic and unapologetic voice amplifies the voices of those who need to be heard and humanized. During law school, she served on the following boards: Journal of International Law, Parents Attending Law School, and Mass Incarceration Awareness Law Society. Laura is a contracts teacher’s assistant & senior research assistant for Professor Danielle Hart. In addition, she is a volunteer Dependency Law Clerk for the Honorable Annabelle G. Cortez. She was a former Dean’s Fellow, Peer Mentor, and quarterfinalist in the 1L Negotiation Honors Program competition. Outside of her academic pursuits, Laura Price is a full-time Los Angeles Superior Court employee as a Judicial & Administrative Support III in Court Operations. She is also a devoted single mother and a passionate advocate for misunderstood pitties, often rescuing them. Her mamba mentality, a term she borrows from her love of sports as a former walk-on NCAA Division I athlete, is a testament to her resilience and determination. Laura is a 3L at Southwestern Law School.

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