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SPIN Forum: Housing Justice | Student Public Interest Network (SPIN ...

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User Agreement - Temple University Beasley School of Law

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The James E. Beasley School of Law of Temple University and the Student Public Interest Network and its members assume no responsibility for the validity or accuracy of any item description or the authenticity or condition of any item offered in the Live or Online Auction.

Emily Berg - Law & Public Policy Program

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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.

SPIN Forum: Locked Out of Learning - Sites

https://sites.temple.edu/pcrs/2016/10/29/spin-forum-locked-out-of-learning/

Tack-Hooper explained that the School District of Lancaster has been refusing to enroll older refugee students at McCaskey High School, where the children would have access to English as a Second Language, or ESL, classes taught by trained ESL teachers and could also participate in the International School.

Sarah V. Connor - Temple Law

https://law.temple.edu/about/student-spotlight/class-of-2021/sarah-v-connor/

I came to law school because I wanted to do real work for positive change, and many of these organizations enabled me to do that, whether assisting with fundraising for SPIN or Outlaw, working with real clients as part of the Expungement and Name Change Projects, or advocating for student needs and concerns as part of the Student Bar Association.

Alex Dutton - Temple Law

https://law.temple.edu/about/student-spotlight/2015-class/alex-dutton/

SDAS began as a Temple Law student group, but has grown into a coalition of law students from Temple, Penn, and Drexel law schools who serve as advocates for Philadelphia public schoolchildren facing harsh discipline. It truly defined my Temple Law experience.

Giving to Temple University

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2021 Archives - Law & Public Policy Program

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At Temple, Emily has been involved with the Student Public Interest Network and participated in the National Lawyers’ Guild Expungement Clinic and Pardons Clinic. For summer 2021, Emily is interning at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of the General Counsel, Legislation and Regulations Division.

Linh Nguyen - Temple Law

https://law.temple.edu/about/student-spotlight/class-of-2019/linh-nguyen/

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 Inter...

Former Student Fellows 2018 - Institute for International Law and ...

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Former Student Fellows 2018 Home > Former Student Fellows 2018 Elizabeth Casey ’18 is a third-year student at Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law. After her first year in law school, Ms. Casey was a Law and Public Policy Scholar, working as an Honors Law Clerk at the Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C.