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Tulane Law Student Appointed to National Advisory Committee of Public Interest Law Group

July 27, 2006

Morgan Williams, rising 3L at Tulane Law School, has been selected to sit on the Equal Justice Works National Advisory Committee (NAC).  The NAC is comprised of ten law students and ten law school faculty and administrators from law schools around the country.  Mr. Williams will contribute to the NAC's important work in evaluating the efforts of Equal Justice Works (EJW) and strategizing on new initiatives.  He will serve a term of two years as he works with Equal Justice Works to focus its efforts and meet its mission of mobilizing the next generation of public interest lawyers.  A co-founder of the Student Hurricane Network post-Katrina, Morgan Williams has been extremely active and involved in public interest work.  For more information about EJW, go to the Equal Justice Works website.


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