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Public Interest Student Groups at Temple Law School

Public Interest Student Groups Temple’s student groups are engaged in diverse areas of public interest/social justice work and committed to serving the law school and broader community. Student Public Interest Network (SPIN) National Lawyers Guild (NLG) Temple Alternative Break (TAB) Student Discipline Advocacy Services (SDAS) Related Topics

SPIN Changing The Way It Funds Public Interest Work

November 17, 2014. Since its founding in 1992, Temple Law’s Student Public Interest Network (SPIN) has raised over $300,000 for students who want to do public interest legal work. Now, SPIN is changing the way they disburse those funds. Starting this year, SPIN will put a heavier emphasis on directly funding student public interest work ...

Student Public Interest Network (SPIN) | Temple Law Calendar

Student Public Interest Network (SPIN) Calendar. Prospective Students; Current Students; Faculty; Alumni; Faculty & Staff Directory; Academic Calendar

Cameron Redfern - Temple Law

A year as the President of the Student Public Interest Network (SPIN) taught me that Temple Law is the premier public interest law school based on its undying student commitment—a commitment so strong that students spend countless hours fundraising $20,000 a year to ensure their colleagues can pursue their public interest passions.

Taylor Maurer - Temple Law

The SPIN Auction is a fundraiser for students pursuing unpaid, public interest internships. We accept bids on donations from local businesses and professors, which has the added benefits of deepening relationships between students and professors, as well as promoting minority- and women-owned businesses in Philadelphia.

Law grad plans to pursue her passion in public interest law

During her time as a student at Temple's Beasley School of Law, Kara Forsythe Morse has been a significant leader. As chair of SPIN (Student Public Interest Network), she organized an auction that raised funds in support of Temple Law students who pursue public interest internships. In addition, she organized a charity basketball game and recruited and coordinated a Temple Law team to ...

Lilah R. Thompson - Law & Public Policy Program

Lilah R. Thompson ’17 is a student at Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law. She is currently interning at the Office of Immigration Litigation at the Department of Justice – Civil Division. At Temple Law, Lilah is the President of the Student Public Interest Network, Co-President of the National Lawyer’s Guild, and an Executive Board member of Law Students for Reproductive ...

Edmund Nyarko - Law & Public Policy Program

Edmund Nyarko LAW ’23 is a 2021 Law and Public Policy Scholar and Weisman Family Fellow at Temple University Beasley School of Law. At Temple, he is active in the Student Public Interest Network and the National Lawyers Guild. Edmund is also the Vice President of the Black Law Students Association. He graduated from Xavier University in 2017 with a B.S. in Biology. Before law school, Edmund ...

Why Giving Is What Lawyers Were Meant To Do - Voices at Temple

This year, Temple Law’s Student Public Interest Network (SPIN) has once again partnered with the Boys & Girls Club of Frankford to give toys and clothing to children ages 1 to 12. By giving to our annual Holiday Gift Drive, we hope that the worry of some of our fellow community members will be alleviated this holiday season.

2020 Scholars - Law & Public Policy Program

Giuseppe is also a member of Temple Law’s Student Public Interest Network where he acted as its 2019-2020 Dean’s Cup Coordinator. He also volunteers for Temple Law’s Transgender Name Change Clinic. Giuseppe is also an active member of Temple Law’s Student Board of Governors, where he currently acts as Parliamentarian and head of its ...