Law students and faculty help staff Nov. 14 Expungement Day
Professors Tracey McCants Lewis and Tiffany Sizemore-Thompson and students from the Civil Rights and Juvenile Defender Clinics led Duquesne Law's participation in Expungement Day 2016. In addition to the School of Law's Clinical Legal Education program, event sponsors included Pa. CareerLink Pgh/Allegheny Co., Allegheny County Bar Foundation's Pro Bono Center, Neighborhood Legal Services Association, the City of Pittsburgh, Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board and the U.S. Dept. of Justice. The day featured two public sessions held in the lobby of the City-County Building in downtown Pittsburgh.
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