Community Justice Week

As you may know, the week of February 20-24 is Community Justice Week here at the Law School. Before feeding our minds and spirits with good deeds, we first need to feed our bodies. In the spirit of multiple nourishment, you are invited to help kick off Community Justice Week at the Law School by enjoying sandwiches and conversation with the students on Monday, February 20, from 3:45-5:00 in the Atrium. I promise there will be no more use of tortured food metaphors from here forward. Please stop by and have a bite to eat and help the school get ready to do some good! SBA is providing most of the volunteers, but if you'd like to help serve sandwiches or soft drinks, we'll take all the help we can get. Either way, please email Tyler Candee, SBA Vice President of Community Affairs at if you can make it. Community Justice Week is an annual event which strives to create interest in public service throughout the student body, to facilitate discussion about important community justice issues, and to educate students in ways to contribute to the communities where they work and live. The week is organized by the Public Interest Law Foundation, and many different student organizations sponsor individual events: panel discussions, speakers, films, service events, and fundraisers. For more information about how you can participate in CJW, please contact Kerry Burchill at Thanks for your time. We hope to see you on February 20!

Submitted by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs on February 20, 2006

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