UH Law Center 2L Nguepdo selected as first African-American editor-in-chief of Houston Law Review

Second-year University of Houston Law Center student Charisma Ricksy Nguepdo has been named the Houston Law Review’s editor-in-chief, the first person of African descent to earn that position. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Penn State University majoring in African-American Studies and Criminology.
UH Law Center 2L Nguepdo selected as first African-American editor-in-chief of Houston Law Review

Charisma Ricksy Nguepdo

Jan. 13 2021 – Second-year University of Houston Law Center student Charisma Ricksy Nguepdo has been named the Houston Law Review’s editor-in-chief, the first person of African descent to earn that position.

"I recognize that my election as the first Black editor-in-chief means that I have now opened a door for other students of color to dream a little bigger,” Nguepdo said. “My hope is that through my hard work on behalf of the Houston Law Review, students who may have otherwise doubted their ability to join the Law Review will think twice about what is possible for them.” Read the rest of the article here: http://www.law.uh.edu/news/student-spotlight/2021-0113nguepdo.asp?fbclid=IwAR2UDIX6hwuSXwm2miocCVOTJr-YvUQQp6AMJBmO3W9EqmgVjlYYgWPNBWs