Nonprofit clinic students make world-wide impact
Students in the Nonprofit Organizations Clinic made a lasting impact on multiple continents, helping three international nonprofits fulfill their missions of supplying clean drinking water to villages in Africa and South America; providing education to disadvantaged children in Guatemala–while also supporting their mothers; and teaching international leaders about advances in science and technology. And they did it without leaving the law school.
Eighteen holes to help heal soldiers’ Hidden Wounds
For the third straight year, two University of South Carolina School of Law student-led organizations, Service Members and Veterans in Law (SVL) and the Student Bar Association, joined forces to host a charity golf tournament, raising awareness and $2800 for the Columbia, S.C.-based nonprofit Hidden Wounds.
Rising 3L receives coveted business law clerkship
Amanda Reasoner is one of only nine students nationwide to be chosen for the ABA-sponsored Business Law Diversity Clerkship Program. She is spending this summer clerking with the Honorable Donald F. Parsons, Jr., a Vice Chancellor for Delaware’s Court of Chancery.
Partnership with Gray’s Inn provides once-in-a-lifetime experiences
For over a decade now, USC Law has continuously grown and strengthened its relationship with the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn, one of England’s four Inns of Court. But how does this partnership help students prepare for their careers? Class of 2014 alumna Brooke Eaves reflects on the lessons she learned from her participation in the Moot Court competition against Gray’s Inn, hosted here at USC Law last fall.
Published June 2, 2014.