Errin Green is third year student and May 2019 Juris Doctor Candidate at the Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She serves as the Senior Editor of the Journal of Race, Gender, and Poverty. She is a 2016 graduate of the Honors College at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Political Science.
Errin had the opportunity to work with the Louisiana Legislative Black Caucus during the 2018 legislative sessions as a legal researcher and monitor of House and Senate committees on education, health care, and criminal justice reform.
Errin is a native of Shreveport, Louisiana, She decompresses from her legal studies by sewing and creating art and other mediums of art.
Olivia Montgomery is a student at Southern University Law Center where she serves on the Board of Student Advisors as a Teaching Assistant and participates in the law center's "Conscious Counsel" podcast. In 2016, she graduated magna cum laude from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Arts in English.
Olivia was inspired to enter the legal profession through her studies of the activism of W.E.B. Du Bois. Du Bois’s trailblazing sociological research fueled his organizing and reforming efforts, and Olivia hopes to bring the same tenacity and evidence-based approach to her work. Her compassion extends to the animal kingdom as well, serving as a foster and volunteer for the Baton Rouge Companion Animal Alliance. Olivia has fostered over 30 animals, including piglets, after Louisiana's historic 2016 flood. She lives in Baton Rouge with Ruka, her rescue dog.