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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 through SPIN Honors Grants.
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.
During my time at Temple Law, I was involved with the Student Public Interest Network (SPIN), the Academic Core Enrichment (ACE) Program, moot court, and law review. My experience as a member of the Moot Court Competition Team taught me the importance of advocacy skills and using the state of the law and policy considerations to craft an argument.
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.
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.
I also served as Vice President of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA), Secretary of OUTLaw, Community Service and Public Interest Chair of the Student Public Interest Network (SPIN), Physical Wellness Chair of the Student Wellness Association, and Member of the Student Body Association/Faculty Committee for Public ...
At Temple, Emily is a member of the Student Public Interest Network (SPIN), the International Law Society, and the Latin American Law Students Association. Next year, Emily will be on the Moot Court team and will serve as the Treasurer of SPIN. This summer, Emily is working at Schwartz & Ballen, a financial services firm in Washington, DC.
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… Temple Law School Earns A- Ranking for Diversity
At Temple, Crystal has been involved in several student organizations including the Student Public Interest Network (SPIN), Health Law Society, American Constitution Society, National Lawyer’s Guild, and the Women’s Law Caucus. This upcoming year, she will be serving as the SPIN forum co-chair.
Anika Forrest ’17 is a Conwell Scholar and a Law & Public Policy Scholar at Temple University Beasley School of Law. Ms. Forrest served for two years on the executive boards of the International Law Society and the Student Public Interest Network. She is also a fellow for the Institute for International Law and Public Policy.