BYU Law Serves

With the holiday season in full swing, BYU Law has kicked off multiple service initiatives. The following list identifies projects that the law school has either participated in or is currently running. Check the dates if you are interested in participating.

BYU Valley United Against Hunger: BYU Law took part in the largest food drive in Utah county. The law school community got involved by donating money, food, or coordinating food collection from neighbors. The food drive ran November 6-17.

Stump the Professor: BYU Women in Law hosted Stump the Professor on November 16 to raise funds for the Center for Women and Children in Crisis. Those who attended donated to the cause through buying tickets and paying to ask questions. The event was a wonderful success!

Professional Clothing Drive: Donate your gently used professional clothes to benefit the Professional Clothing Source and Wasatch House Thrift Store! Please bring your clothes and put them in the bin next to the Admissions desk throughout the month of November.

Shriner’s Hospital: Help support Shriner’s Hospital by donating toys for the children who require a lengthy stay. Pick up a few extra toys while you’re out shopping this holiday season and place in the donation boxes throughout the law school. Gift cards and cash donations are also welcome.

For more information on how you can serve this Christmas season, please contact the SBA to find out what clubs are doing to serve the community.

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