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Weeklong orientation takes law students into the community

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Groups of Washington University in St. Louis law students worked with a variety of area community groups and agencies during the School of Law’s orientation. In addition to public service projects, the weeklong orientation also featured a formal matriculation ceremony, an introduction to legal research and small group discussions on professionalism. Above (from left) first-year student Andy Bloomberg, third-year student Mike Martinich-Sauter and first-year student Ben Self assemble signs for the recent Festival of Nations event in Tower Grove Park. Below (from left) first-year students Sarah Hirschfeld-Sussman, Jeremy Siegel and Nathan Kwan work in the Wellston Community Gardens operated by More than Carpentry Christian Ministries.

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