Yeluri honored by her law school as a “Champion of Justice”

swapna_croppedSwapna Yeluri, HPRP’s director of pro bono programs, was one of three “outstanding legal luminaries” honored by the Roger Williams University School of Law as a Champion of Justice. Swapna, a 2007 RWU Law graduate, was recognized for her “impact and accomplishments” in supporting pro bono and public interest law. More than 400 people attended the awards dinner late last month.

While at RWU Law in Bristol, R.I.,  Swapna was the president of the Multicultural Law Students Association, participated in the Criminal Defense Clinic, was the program coordinator for the Bridge to Success Program (a youth mentoring program), and won the New England Regional Best Brief Award for the National Moot Court Competition.

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One Response to Yeluri honored by her law school as a “Champion of Justice”

  1. Irving Walker says:

    Congratulations for the great honor bestowed on you by your law school, and well deserved.

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