Duquesne University School of Law encourages students to become involved in one of the many student organizations at the Law School. Membership in student organizations broadens students' knowledge of the profession and enables students to build a link to the community of attorneys that they will soon be joining.
Student Bar Association-Family Picnic - April 20th, 2013 (details below)
PREVIOUS STUDENT ORGANIZATION EVENTS:
Duquesne Italian-American Law Society
Presents the 2nd Annual:
"La Legge con Brio," ~ March 15th, 2013
Duquesne University School of Music, Room 206
7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Support Panucci's Promise and be entertained by Duquesne's favorite emcee, Professor Mark Yochum, fellow classmates and faculty members. Back by popular demand is the dazzling pianist, Dr. John E. Murray, who will be accompanying, Ms. Ginevra Ventre on cello, and Dr. Antonio Lordi on guitar. Making her debut at "Legge con Brio" is Duquesne's current 2L singing sensation, Ms. Mary Kate Serratelli and her vocal partner, Mr. Mike DeLuca. Future Duquesne law graduate, Mr. Eric Harvey playing the violin and our Legal Research and Writing Professor, Julia Glencer, will be playing the flute.
More about "Panucci's Promise"
Duquesne law students established "Panucci's Promise," in memory of Peggy Panucci, mother of 3L Brian Panucci, who passed away from breast cancer last fall. Various student organizations worked toward the common goal of raising sufficient funds to donate a therapeutic chair to the chemotherapy treatment center at Magee Women's Cancer Center. Since 2012 "Panucci's Promise" has donated 2 chairs in Peggy's name. The chairs benefit local women in treatment by providing comfort during their most difficult times.
Meet the Champions of Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Regional Competition, MABLSA Convention Feb. 13-16, Pittsburgh
Christy Gamble (2nd from left), won the award for "Best Advocacy" during the Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Regional Competition. The team members, (left to right) Finn Skovdal, Christy Gamble, John Woodruff and Danielle Wete were named first place champions of the Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Regional Competition, held during the Mid-Atlantic Black Law Students Association convention in Pittsburgh Feb. 13-17, 2013. The team will be traveling to compete in the finals during the National Convention held in Atlanta, GA March, 6-10, 2013.
The "Best Chapter Participation" Awarded to Duquesne's BLSA Student Organization
Our Duquesne BLSA Student Organization was awarded "Best Chapter Participation" at the MABLSA Regional Convention during the Awards Gala, held at the Omni William Penn on February, 16th, 2013. Our chapter continues to be very active and has held several events at Duquesne, including a Pre-Law Boot Camp that assisted undergrad students, from the Tri-State area, in the application process for law school, sponsoring a year long clothing drive/fundraiser for the Dress for Success Pittsburgh chapter, and the annual Soul Food Sampler on February 26th, just to name a few.
BLSA Soul Food Fundraiser
Raises $650 for "Dress for Success"
Military Law Society
"Serving Pittsburgh's Veterans" Fundraiser
$1,800.00 raised for Veterans Leadership Program of Pittsburgh
11th Annual Katie Westbrook Race-Ipsa Loquitur 5K & Dog Walk
Dedicated to the Memory of Katie Westbrook. All proceeds will be donated to the SBA Centennial Endowed Fund
Sponsored by: Duquesne University School of Law Student Bar Association
When: Saturday, September 22, 2012, at 9:00 a.m.$4, 998.00 was raised for the SBA Centennial Endowed Fund
Regulating Marcellus Shale Panel
March 13, 2012
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The various student organizations at Duquesne University School of Law host speakers, organize fund-raisers and participate in community service activities. To find out more information about our Student Organizations efforts, please view the following:
Duquesne Law Students continued their long tradition of philanthropy and make a significant contribution to charities nationally.