Lawyers as Agents of Social Change
The University at Buffalo is extending an exciting, new opportunity to rising high school seniors, recent graduates and college students. The Extension Learning Experience: Lawyers as Agents of Social Change, will occur August 22-26 in Chautauqua, NY. Through this experience, students will explore the role of lawyers as counselors and agents of social change in local, national, and global contexts through their participation in a variety of lectures, workshops, and excursions. Led by Professors Bernadette Gargano and Monica Piga Wallace from the SUNY Buffalo Law School, the Extension Learning Experience is an excellent opportunity for students interested in pursuing a pre-law or political science degree; however, this interest is not a requirement. The cost is $1,400 and includes transportation to and from the destination, lodging, meals and admission fees to the Chautauqua Institution.
When: 5 days, starting Aug 22, 12:00 am.
Where: Chautauqua Institution (Chautauqua)