Rutgers Law Students Give Back During Spring Break

Some Rutgers-Camden Law Students won’t be drinking away their Spring Break like some college kids.

Instead they are going to Texas to offer legal aid to understaffed offices or disadvantaged clients.

The Association for Public Interest Law at Rutgers-Camden plans to send 27 students to Austin, Texas.

The trip costs about $20,000 for everyone -- they are still $10,000 short of reaching their goal.

Their final fundraiser is a "Hootenanny" on Thursday night at the Irish Pub on Walnut Street between 11th and 12th Street in Center City Philadelphia. The event is from 6 to 9 p.m. on the second floor.

You can still help even if you can't make it out to the event. 

Donations to the Association for Public Interest Law's Alternative Spring Break can be sent to:

The Rutgers Foundation
Rutgers Camden School of Law
c/o Susan Doughty
217 N. Fifth Street
Camden, NJ 08102

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