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Ladies Day 2014Women’s Law Forum co-chairs Chloe Gogo ’16 (left) and Mallory Kowalczyk ’16 (right) are shown at WLF’s annual Ladies’ Day celebration and panel, held on November 11, with speakers (l-r): Lt. Jessica Johns Burrell; Superior Court Judge Marcella Matos Wilson; Susan Feathers, the law school's Coordinator of Public Interest and Pro Bono Programs; Jessica Kitson ’02, managing attorney at Volunteer Lawyers for Justice; and Jeanne LoCicero ’00, deputy legal director, ACLU-NJ, who received the WLF Outstanding Woman of the Year Award. Ladies’ Day traces its history to Harvard Law School in the 1960s when it was the only day on which Professor W. Barton Leach would allow female students to speak in class.
  

On October 8 the Environmental Law Society and the American Constitution Society hosted a panel on Environmental Justice. Shown at the event are (l-r): Professor Steve Gold, who served as moderator; Olga Pomar, managing attorney at South Jersey Legal Services; Nicky Sheats, JD, PhD, who is director of the Center for the Urban Environment at the John S. Watson Institute for Public Policy, Thomas Edison State College; and Matthew Knoblauch ’16, co-president of the Environmental Law Society.ELS EJ panel


PILF Trvia NightPILF’s September 24 Trivia Night was the organization’s first fundraiser of the year, which will culminate in the annual auction on March 5. All fundraiser proceeds go towards grants for students who take non-paid summer jobs in the public sector. Among those who participated in Trivia Night were (l-r): Caitlin Miller ’16 (PILF co-chair), Mallory Kowlaczyk ’16 (co-chair of the Women’s Law Forum), Chloe Gogo ’16 (PILF vice chair and WLF co-chair), and Melissa Farber ’16 (SBA secretary).