Cookies and Conversation Program

Hofstra Law School is happy to continue the “Cookies and Conversation” program from last semester.

Did you come to law school to change the world? Learn how your professors use their law degrees to make an impact through pro bono work. Associate Professor of Law Holning Lau, Visiting Assistant Professor of law Efthimios Parasidis, and
Distinguished Scholar in Residence and Visiting Professor Emanuel Halper will discuss and invite your questions about the many pro bono matters that they have contributed to. Below is the remaining schedule for the program:

Wednesday, January 21
Professor Holning Lau
… shares his experience doing human rights work in Hong Kong

Wednesday, February 11
Professor Efthimios Parasidis
… discusses his work for cancer advocacy and for Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts

Wednesday,March 3
Professor Emanuel Halper
… talks about his work running a nationwide continuing legal education program for members of minority group bar associations

All conversations held at 11 a.m. in room 242. Cookies and refreshments will be served.

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