Law Students Learn About Service First-Hand at 'Alternative Spring Break'

Sixty-two students from eight law schools spent their week off digging into real-world issues at Alternative Spring Break, hosted during March by the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. Students chose from service tracks like assisting with special-case immigration, helping senior citizens write wills and health directives, or drafting public-interest legislation involving the mentally ill, money lending or human trafficking. The Commercial Appeal features the project