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Public Interest Law Center Students Work on Issues Pending Before CRC

FSU Law student advocatesFSU Law third-year students (L-R) Ashley Hamill, Daniel Clibbon, Caitlyn Kio and Brenda Czekanski advocated before the Constitution Revision Commission. Students got involved in the project as part of the law school's Public Interest Law Center. Their work has received statewide and national media coverage.

Opinion: End harmful solitary confinement of children
February 6, 2018  |  Tallahassee Democrat 

Law Class of 2017 Contributed $81M Worth of Pro Bono Legal Services
January 8, 2018  |  The National Jurist

Law Students Seek Constitutional Change to Juvenile Justice in Florida
December 21, 2017  |  WFSU

Students engage in the CRC process
December 1, 2017  |  The Florida Bar News