Kellie Fiedorek, National Coordinator of Advocates for Life, has been working with Advocates chapters across the country as they prepare for the 2010-2011 school year. They’ve been planning lectures, debates, and regional legal symposiums to educate law students and the community at large on leading legal issues that impact Life.
Advocates for Life is particularly excited to be opening new chapters this fall at the University of Virginia School of Law, George Mason University School of Law, and at several other prestigious institutions.
“It is inspiring to meet law students who are passionate about the pro-life cause and eager to influence the culture on law school campuses,” Fiedorek said. “We are looking forward to a successful year. Pro-life law students are establishing themselves through their Advocates for Life chapters as effective players in the fight to defend innocent human Life.”
Advocates for Life is an initiative of Americans United for Life. In addition to fostering balanced and open discussion about the fundamental right to Life in the legal community, Advocates for Life works with Lawyers for Life to promote networking and mentoring between pro-life law students and lawyers across the country.
Future Advocates for Life events may be taking place at a law school in your area. If you are a law student and are interested in becoming a part of an Advocates for Life chapter or starting a chapter at your school, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.