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Loren Stewart L'05 Wins Pro Bono Publico Award

Loren Stewart L'05 Wins Pro Bono Publico Award
Loren Stewart L'05 accepts award for public service.

PS LAW NET and the National Association of Law Placement awarded Loren Stewart L ’05 with the Pro Bono Publico Award at their 9th Annual Recognition Event in October. The award honored Stewart’s contributions to Penn Law’s Public Service Program. Most notably, Stewart spearheaded the Immigration Project – a joint collaboration between the Law School’s Public Service Program and the Nationalities Service Center in Philadelphia. As the project founder and supervisor, Stewart has trained 24 students to provide legal assistance to indigent clients in asylum cases. In addition to his work with the Clinic, Stewart is also serving as a pro bono intern for the Volunteers for the Indigent Tax Program. He also organized the 2004 Sparer Symposium, which examined the Housing and Community Development Act on its thirty-year anniversary.

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