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Parents & Partners Day
 

 
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It is a tradition. In October, at Parents and Partners Day, families visit to get a taste of what the first year of law school is like for their children and spouses. They attended classes, heard presentations from administrators, and listened to former and current students dispense advice. Pictured are some of the families who took time out to be with their children.

Elizabeth McMahon plants a kiss on her daughter, Kate.

Justin Reliford, next to his father, Randolph, a Penn alumnus, uses his casebook to follow along in class.

 

John Pitts takes a break at lunch with his mother, Lisa, and father, Toby.

 

 
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