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2016 Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Law & Public Policy Program

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While at law school, Ms. Friedman has become involved in a number of clubs and organizations and is currently the Vice President of the Jewish Law Student Association, Chairperson of the National Lawyer’s Guild Gender Justice Committee, and an active member of the Student Public Interest Network, the Health Law Society, and the School ...

Kate Vengraitis LAW ’15 Wins Prestigious Stoneleigh Fellowship

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As a law student, Vengraitis served on the Boards of the Student Public Interest Network, the Women’s Law Caucus, and the Health Law Society; she also served as the Executive Editor for the Temple Law Review.

Len Barrack '68 - Temple Law

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In 2010, the Student Public Interest Network (SPIN) acknowledged Leonard Barrack’s generosity by honoring him with the Robert J. Reinstein Public Interest Award, which was presented by Professor Reinstein at the annual SPIN auction. “Mr. Barrack’s commitment to helping students enter public interest work is especially crucial in the ...

2013 SPIN Forum Tackles Comprehensive Immigration Reform

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On Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013, the Student Public Interest Network (SPIN) hosted their annual Forum. This year’s forum was a panel discussion focusing on Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR), featuring Sheila Quintana from DreamActivist Pennsylvania, Erika Almiron from Juntos, Liz Chacko from Friends of Farmworkers,

Philadelphia Bar Association Honors Four for Pro Bono and Public ...

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Aaron Bindman LAW ‘17, Zach Marshall LAW ’17, and Juliana Petro LAW ‘17 were awarded the Eve Biskind Klothen Award, given to three students from each of the Philadelphia-area law schools to honor their pro bono and public interest achievements, while Tausha Saunders LAW ’19 was awarded the Judge Higginbotham Fellowship by the Bar ...

Masthead | Temple Political and Civil Rights Law Society - Sites

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Emily is active in the Women's Law Caucus, Outlaw, and the Student Public Interest Network at Temple. Angela Lu Article Editor. Angela Lu is a 3L! Her passion for about civil rights is one of the reasons why she changed her path from Media production to Law in her junior year of undergrad. While Angela has the utmost respect for journalists ...

Fanny Lau - Law & Public Policy Program

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Fanny Lau ’21 is a Beasley Scholar and 2019 Law & Public Policy Scholar at Temple University Beasley School of Law, where she serves as the President of the Asian-Pacific American Law Student Association and a member of the Student Public Interest Network. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology with a minor in Environmental Studies from Lawrence University, where she graduated magna ...

Sarah Zimmerman - Temple Law

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The Student Public Interest Network (SPIN) also offered a bunch of great opportunities to engage in the city. I definitely recommend spending time with family or friends who aren’t in law school– the experience can become a little echo-chamber-y, and it’s nice to forget about Torts or Crim Pro for a while and simply enjoy others’ company.

Elizabeth G Schultz - Temple Law

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I served on the boards of several student orgs: School Discipline Advocacy Service, Student Public Interest Network, and NLG Expungement Project, and I founded the Political and Civil Rights Society. Getting involved in the student org scene is an incredible way to tap into a thriving community and start making connections.

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

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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.