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Neena the L.A.S.T. Brand Presents….

Neena the L.A.S.T. Brand Presents….

A CEO three-book series and course series tailored uniquely to help minority women CEOs master key business levels in their path to millionaire growth. It is a modern-day minority woman’s business owner’s secret playbook to developing Compassion in their business dealings that Educates others daily and creates valuable Opportunities for similar industry leaders to shine

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Neena is an Amazon Best-Seller for #DearFutureLawyer

Neena is an Amazon Best-Seller for #DearFutureLawyer

Nice!

Just picked up some media coverage about my book launch coming up in just a few days, check this out!

https://authoritypresswire.com/neena-r-speer-trademark-attorney-interviewed-about-her-new-book-release-dear-future-lawyer-an-intimate-survival-guide-for-the-minority-female-law-student/

Stay tuned, my Marketing Team is almost ready to announce the Book Launch and I’ll definitely need your help so it can hit as high as possible in the Amazon rankings!

Thank you in advance!

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Law students looking for Neena’s mentorship and want to build their writing skills please send a writing sample and resume to neena@neenarspeerlawfirm.com.

We are looking for passionate legal scholars who want to serve one goal: Education for the Community!

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Included for Selected Writers:

  1. Mentorship and Guidance on Writing Skills and Techniques for Submissions by Neena
  2. Content Published in Your Name and Under Your Control
  3. Bio and Photo included on the website
  4. Lead Writer positions also available

Our Bloggers / Interns

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Amani Moore, Social Media Manager

Amani is the manager of @DearFutureLawyer, @nrspeerlawfirmllc, and @takingalunchwithNeena Instagram pages. She is a native of McCalla, Alabama, and attended Oglethorpe University, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies with a minor in French. Previously, in her undergraduate career, she has served as a student mentor for students at DeKalb Path Academy Charter School. She has also worked as an intern for Congresswoman Terri Sewell and Congresswoman Tlaib as a part of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Emerging Leaders program. She has completed many service projects including writing a children’s book in French for Books for Benin, which is a project which assists with bringing books to children in Africa. Amani is also a member of Epsilon Iota Psi Sorority, a local organization at Oglethorpe University. Currently, she is working as a receptionist at a law firm in Birmingham, Alabama and plans to pursue a law school education in the future.

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Emani Guy, Law Firm Intern

Emani is a student at the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law. Her passion is to use her legal education not only for the betterment of herself, but for the betterment of the African American community. She looks to embody the quote from Charles Hamilton Houston which states, “A lawyer is either a social engineer or a parasite to society”. A social engineer is someone who uses their education to help, enhance, and educate their communities. Lastly, she is excited to serve as a legal intern as a part of the Neena R. Speer Law firm to grow and development the necessary skills to be successful in her legal endeavors.

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Linda Akele, Law Firm Intern

Linda is a Sophomore, Political Science major, English minor attending Howard
University from New Jersey. She is very passionate about social injustice and the incarcerationrate among Black/African American women and men. She is motivated and determined to find solutions in order to figure out what can be done to lower the statistics in America. She hopes to
help Black/African Americans who are in prison and don’t get a chance to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Linda Akele prays to be a Civil Rights and Criminal Defense attorney one day. She is delighted to serve as an intern as part of the Neena R. Speer Law Firm to find solutions on the incarceration rate among African American people.

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