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New-Student Orientation Includes Public Service Project

September 02, 2009

New students at the University of Pennsylvania Law School spent part of their orientation participating in a neighborhood cleanup around 46th and Market streets in University City.

Penn Law's innovative public interest program requires students to integrate pro bono service into their lives as law students. To graduate, students must provide at least 70 hours of public service support to the community, which also provides opportunities for students to challenge themselves in new areas of practice and research.


Penn Law's new students are eager to get started on a neighborhood cleanup project.




At work underneath the 46th Street Station on the Market-Frankford Blue Line.


The first, unofficial group photo of the Penn Law Class of 2012.