Kwasi Agyeman (L’22) is among a handful of local law students who have been awarded the Law School Scholarship by the Louis A. Martinet Legal Society in New Orleans.
Agyeman hails from Brooklyn, N.Y., and is a research assistant at the Tulane Corporate Law Institute, where he helps in organizing the nation’s premiere corporate law annual conference for securities practitioners, Delaware Supreme Court and Court of Chancery judiciary, Fortune 500 corporate counsels and Wall Street investment bankers.
Agyeman spent his law school summers experiencing litigation work at the New Orleans City Attorney’s Office, and global transactional work at Albright Stonebridge Group in Washington, D.C.
After law school, Agyeman plans to focus on transactional deal-making at the intersection of government and business. Prior to attending law school, he worked in the U.S. Senate and International Monetary Fund. He received his bachelor of arts in History from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
The Louis A. Martinet Legal Society annually awards scholarships to local law students. This year, in addition to Agyeman, law graduate students from Loyola Law School and Southern University Law Center also received scholarships.