THANKS TO WNE LAW STUDENTS

March 22, 2017

The amazing group of students from WNE Law School on Alternative Spring Break, serving NCRC and exploring Nashville.

If you want to know what discipline, talent, teamwork, creativity, energy, and sparkling good humor look like in action, you need to meet these law students from Western New England University School of Law. Twenty talented students spent their Alternative Spring Break with us, producing a prodigious amount of much-needed research with aplomb. And laughter.

The law firm Nelson Mullins generously stepped in to support the group by providing a large conference room for the week where they could work. The students very much appreciated the opportunity to spend time at Nelson Mullins’s gorgeous downtown space, absorbing the professional culture of that environment. The other half of their time was spent at the NCRC office — far less glamorous than Nelson Mullins, but we did bring in lunch and keep them fueled with good french-press coffee.

The NCRC office feels oddly empty, now that they have returned to Massachusetts. We hope they decide to come back next year. And maybe, if we are lucky, a few will decide to launch their careers here in Nashville!



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Kudos to WNE Law Students!

The amazing group of students from WNE Law School on Alternative Spring Break, serving NCRC and exploring Nashville.

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