Kudos to McKenzie Cantrell

The first ever 1L appellate binding project was a huge success that had a net profit of about approximately $300 plus over $300 from contributions from donors inspired by the project.

McKenzie Cantrell initiated the idea and did much of the work, including a full day on a Saturday.
 
The funds will provide three scholarships for Central Law and Government Magnet students to attend the Summer Law Institute (a joint week-long program sponsored by the Brandeis School of Law, Bellarmine University, and the Louisville Bar Association).  It will also support some of the costs for the team of four magnet seniors and two coaches to participate in the third annual Marshall Brennan Civil Liberties Moot Court competition in Philadelphia in early April.

Thanks to the following for their support of this successful fundraiser:
  • Dean Chen, who gave permission for the project
  • Professor Nicholson, for her generous donation
  • Sheldon Haden, Annette Mattingly, and Angela Buckler (WLA members), for their generous contributions
  • Becky Wenning and Marilyn Peters in the Law Resource Center for collecting money and sign ups, ordering the supplies, and loaning the Resource Center’s binding machine
  • Vickie Tencer, for facilitating the arrangements
  • Wendy Helterbran, for facilitating the WLA contributions
  • The 1L class, for participating in the fundraiser and having your briefs bound for a worthy cause
  • Cyndi Hagenbuch, for loaning a binding machine
  • John Friend and Brandi Melvin, for donating their time during the fundraiser
  • And primarily again to McKenzie Cantrell, who is a 2L participating in the Street Law program.