For Immediate Release: Tuesday, October 27, 2020
FAMU Law’s Student Bar Association Presents State of America: What’s Happening with our Communities? (A Virtual Discussion)
What: State of America: What’s Happening with our Communities?
When: Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Time: 6 p.m. eastern
Where: Zoom ID: 96042654393
Purpose: Join the Student Bar Association (SBA) and Orlando community leaders for a virtual discussion about how the onset of COVID-19, unjustified murders, social protests, and U.S. politics have all played a major role in defining our experiences in 2020.
Speakers listed in alphabetical order include:
- Alexis Carter, Esq., Moderator, FAMU Law Alumni
- Regina Hill, Orlando District 5 Commissioner
- Travaris McCurdy, member-elect, Florida House of Representatives, District 46
- Jose Torroella, candidate for Orange County State Attorney
- Monique Worrell, candidate for Orange County State Attorney
This virtual discussion is hosted by FAMU Law’s Student Bar Association. The discussion will be live streamed on the FAMU Law Student Bar Association FACEBOOK page.
For questions, please contact SBA President Julien Maynard at Julien1.email@example.com
About FAMU College of Law
The FAMU College of Law is located in the heart of Downtown Orlando, just steps from the George C. Young United States Courthouse and Federal Building; and blocks from governmental offices, major law firms, large corporations and legal service agencies.
The college’s prime location provides students with direct access to the area’s largest employers of individuals with law degrees, offering our students and graduates ample avenues to gain practical experience in the legal profession.
With tuition among the lowest of the law schools in Florida, along with a full-time day program and a part-time evening program, the college is distinctly positioned to offer the traditional student and the working professional a chance to earn a law degree while accruing minimal debt.
Thanks to its renowned faculty, the college focuses on academic excellence in the classroom; emphasizes practical experience and public service within its clinical programs; and stresses professionalism through its co-curricular activities.