From the 2007 News Archive
Media Accounts Laud Students' Winter Break Efforts in New Orleans
From Jan. 7-15, more than 50 School of Law students, accompanied by Professor Doug Colbert
, traveled to New Orleans to assist in the rebuilding process. More than a dozen worked on rehabilitating storm-damaged homes, and 36 first and second-year students worked with the Office of the Public Defender.
Broadcast and print news stories about the School of Law's efforts in assisting the New Orleans Public Defender's Office include: "Battling the Backlog,"
WBAL-TV, January 31, 2007.Anne Deady and Clayton Solomon talk to Fox45 Morning News's Jennifer Gladstone,
January 19, 2007.
Maryland Law School Students join NPR reporter Fraser Smith on the Marc Steiner Show
, January 18, 2007."Volunteers Leading Effort to Rebuild New Orleans,"
WYPR-FM, January 16, 2007."Trying hard to keep hope alive in New Orleans,"
by C. Fraser Smith, Baltimore Sun, January 14, 2007."Stemming the tide,"
Maryland Daily Record, January 12, 2007."U.Md. Law Students help New Orleans Public Defender's Office,"
Baltimore Examiner, January 11, 2007.Maryland Law Students Help Reduce New Orleans Court Backlog
, WYPR-FM, January 10, 2007Maryland Law School Students Aim To Reduce Post-Katrina Legal Woes
, WYPR-FM, January 5, 2007."U.Md. law students aid New Orleans Public Defender,"
Baltimore Examiner, January 4, 2007."Building cases for those lost in Katrina's wake,"
Baltimore Sun, January 4, 2007."School of Law Students Work Alongside New Orleans Public Defenderís Office During Winter Break"
, University of Maryland School of Law Website, January 2, 2007.