Marissa K. Bosley
Marissa K. Bosley will graduate on May 21, 2022 from Southern University Law Center. Bosley is native to Baton Rouge, Louisiana where they have roots in Cajun and French culture. They graduated from LSU with a Bachelors in Political Science with a concentration in Public Policy. Bosley is always working on a project and has many passions, including ballet where they found themselves graduating with a Minor in Dance. These passions have spread out in their work as a Legislative Advocate. Bosley has won a successful issue campaign to end child marriage in Louisiana in 2019, is a Police Law Clerk for the Voice of the Experienced non-profit organization, and has co-founded Louisiana Reform, LLC to continue the work for promoting human rights in Louisiana. They have also been a part of a long list of student organizations throughout their years at SULC, including: Journal of Race, Gender, and Poverty, Board of Student Advisors, Environmental Law Society, SBA Diversity Committee, National Police Accountability Project, Criminal Law Society, and the Public Defender Newspaper. Upon graduation, Bosley plans to take the Louisiana Bar and UBE to practice civil rights/human rights law and policy in different parts of the country. Bosley is excited to continue legislative advocacy research work as a part of the Racial Impact Statement Pilot Program!