James O’Neal ’82 knows it goes through Harlem and on to college While most of his classmates were busy searching for jobs during their third year at HLS, James O’Neal ’82 was searching his soul. “I saw myself as a community activist who could use my skills to serve poor, urban communities, but I had […]
After Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast, many HLS students felt helpless watching news accounts of the unfolding devastation while beginning fall classes. The law school had posted links for the university’s matching donations program and announced plans to host 25 law students from Tulane and Loyola tuition-free. But HLS students sought their own ways to donate their time and talents.