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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.
Interest Network, and keeps a database of students who are fluent in a language beside English. When a client cannot communicate with his or her attorney in English, an ATLAS student will work directly with an experienced attorney to advocate for the client in the legal matter or case. Students like Katie Cooper and Denise
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
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Alison was a student at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad in Copenhagen during the Fall of 2015 where she studied Justice and Human Rights with a focus in International Law. While a Law and Public Policy Scholar, Alison is working as a legal intern for AEquitas, a non-profit that serves as a prosecutor’s resource on sexual violence and ...
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Christopher Lin ’19 is a student at Temple University Beasley School of Law, where he is a Rubin-Presser Social Justice Fellow, Weisman Fellow, 2017 Law and Public Policy Scholar, and Beasley Scholar. He is also the President of the Temple Law Democrats and Vice-President of the American Constitution Society for the 2017-2018 school year.