In This Issue
TLS Updated Website
Open House Record Attendance
Commencement Speaker Set
Student Service Projects
Updated Website launched
Phase One is complete. Phase two is unfolding. It’s a cleaner, more user-friendly look—check out the updated TLS website today!
Over the past month, TLS had Drs. Frank Beckwith, Peter Kreeft, Mr. Casey Luskin, and Prof. William Wagner visit its campus and address the community on a variety of issues. As a part of its new website, TLS is able to share those recordings of its speakers under its media tab on trinitylawschool.edu You’ll want to bookmark this page and visit it often as recordings from past speakers and future guests to campus will be added weekly.
Admission’s Open House sets record attendance
The application pool for prospective students is more competitive than ever before between law schools. TLS Director of Admissions Doug Eaton and his team have been working diligently on messaging and in connecting with prospective students to remain a relevant part of the “why choose this school” conversation. Their efforts were recently rewarded when 91 persons attended their March 13 Open House. Better than the attendance figure were the 14 applications that resulted from that evening and the admissions office’s ongoing work.
Palmer to Deliver Commencement Address
Dean Myron Steeves announced that Jim Palmer will be delivering TLS’ 2013 Commencement Address at its May 18 ceremony.
All alumni and friends of Trinity Law School are invited to join us for the ceremony and luncheon. Full details can be found in the TLS 2013 Commencement Booklet specially created to provide our graduating students with all the information they need to celebrate their milestone. Please join us on May 18th!
Students Continue to Serve Others
TLS students continue to seek opportunities to impact those in need in Orange County. Just before Easter, Prof. Daniele Le‘s students were at it again by filling Easter baskets for children at House of Hope. Her Legal Research and Writing II class filled 25 baskets. This is the same group of students who packed shoe boxes back in November for Operation Christmas Child. Trinity appreciates their initiative to find additional ways to serve the community and represent Trinity Law School so well.
Trinity student groups, the Christian Legal Society, and the Federalist Society held a Dinner & Charity Auction in late March to benefit Orange County Rescue Mission. It raised enough funds to help the law school surpass its goal to provide new computers and furnishings for our legal clinic at the Rescue Mission’s Village of Hope. Rhiannon Krone, event chairwoman and 3L student graduating this May, remarked how pleased she was with the results of this first-of-its-kind student initiated and executed fundraising event. Ms. Krone said that she hopes the Dinner & Charity Auction will become an annual event and grow exponentially in years to come.
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