Pursuing Your Own Path to Pro Bono and Public Service
Fordham University School of Law, Feerick Center for Justice
Blank Rome Associate Morgan Fraser Mouchette will be speaking at Fordham University School of Law's Feerick Center for Justice 10th Anniversary event on “Pursuing Your Own Path to Pro Bono and Public Service: A Conversation about What To Do During and After Law School.” The event will be held on Wednesday, February 1, 2017, from 5:00 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.
Ms. Mouchette will be joined by fellow Fordham law school alumni to discuss their pro bono experiences and provide advice to students and recent graduates about pursuing public interest and pro bono following graduation.
Fordham’s Feerick Center for Justice works with students, alumni, lawyers, and community volunteers to connect low-income New Yorkers to the legal resources they need and cannot afford. They train law students and others to engage in social change efforts. To learn more, please visit www.law.fordham.edu/FeerickCenter.
This event is sponsored by the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, Black Law Students Association, Fordham Law Urban, Fordham Urban Law Journal, Immigration Advocacy Project, and Latin American Law Student Association.
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