Fundraiser Provides Three Central Law Magnet Students with Summer Law Institute Scholarships
Each spring, first year law students must prepare moot court briefs for the Legal Writing class. As in previous years, a "brief-binding" fundraiser provides a brief binding service. Kasey Fehler (Central Law Fellow) with assistance from the Law Resource Center (Iris Bratcher and Rita Siegwald) coordinated the program, with proceeds going to the Central High School Law and Government Magnet Partnership fund.
This year a total of 110 briefs were bound for 28 students. This resulted in a total of $422 raised (some students made donations as well). The proceeds will be used to fund scholarships for three Central High School students to attend the Summer Law Institute. Thanks to all who contributed, participated, and helped in any way.