The second annual Justice for All Night, which raises funds for pro bono and public interest law fellowships, is featured in the Friday, Oct. 30, State Press and on its Web site, http://www.statepress.com/.
The article, by reporter Derek Quizon, said about 180 people attended the event, which featured silent and live auctions, and that organizers hope to double the $10,000 raised last year.
It quoted Kristine Reich, director of student affairs and public interest, who said the program's expansion not only provides more opportunity for students but helps fill a growing need in the Valley.
"There's more of a demand, no question, with (the state of ) the economy," Reich told Quizon. "This is a critical way of increasing resources to underrepresented members of the community."
Read the entire article here.