Penn Law Students Compete in the Justice for All 5K
October 11, 2010
Forty-two Penn Law students raced in Community Legal Services’ Justice for All 5K on Sunday, Oct. 10, representing the largest participation from any law school. Penn Law’s own Brendan Christian L’12 won the race, and Penn Law students swept the race’s “Law School Challenge,” in which teams from area law schools competed against one another. Of seven Penn Law teams in the race, four took the top places in the team competition. More importantly, the runners raised money to support Community Legal Services’ mission to help low-income Philadelphia residents obtain equal access to justice.