Law School SUYI Advisory Board
What is the Law School SUYI Advisory Board?
- The Board meets five times a year to help set out the goals and priorities of the law school's engagement in SUYI.
The Board works to ensure that the law school engages in a thoughtful and strategic way and keeps the law school accountable to its goals and priorities.
How Does the Law School SUYI Advisory Board Work?
- The Board meets at least four times a year, twice each semester, and sometimes once during the summer to set goals and priorities, guide programs, and improve engagement the law school and broader community.
- Members of the board also engage in committee work between the board meetings.
Why Should Law Students Get Involved?
- Law students can use their passion for working on issues that affect particularly low-come youth by helping set the tone and direction of the law school's engagement in SUYI.
- Gain leadership development skills through board and committee work.
How Do I Apply?
- Contact Patricia to apply!
- Please send your resume and a one or two paragraph statement about why you want to participate to Patricia Sully at firstname.lastname@example.org