Law Students Against Sexual and Domestic Violence (LSASDV)

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Law Students Against Sexual and Domestic Violence serves as the UNC School of Law home for students interested in advocating for survivors through direct legal representation, policy action, or research. We provide various opportunities to connect students to attorneys working with survivors and to learn about sexual and domestic violence as it relates to the law.

LSASDV is proud to announce a new, ongoing bi-semester roundtable series about various issues that intersect with sexual violence.

February 8, 2017 at noon in 5048:
Sexual Violence and the Election
featuring Professors Beth Posner, Melissa Jacoby, Kate Elengold, and Joan Krause

April 12, 2017 at noon in 5048:
Sexual Violence and College Campuses
featuring Professor Beth Posner, UNC Title IX Associate Coordinator, and Dean Kasprzak

September 2017: Sexual Violence and Immigration

November 2017: Sexual Violence and the Military
LSASDV also presents the Ex Parte Pro Bono Project, the Legal Aid of North Carolina Domestic Violence Pro Bono Project, and various volunteer and internship/externship opportunities to provide legal assistance to survivors of sexual and/or domestic violence.
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