Wednesday, October 6, 2010
by Katie Shannon
Last Tuesday, 14 students traveled to Crowell and Moring for their third Law Firm Tutoring session. The students seemed well adjusted to the routine as they headed up the elevators to the firm's 13th floor and assembled in the long conference room where the tutoring is held. Shortly after arriving at the firm, students served themselves dinner, filling their plates with chicken wings and salad.
After dinner, the students pulled out their school work as the tutors filtered into the room. Students and tutors spread themselves throughout the room, working on subjects ranging from Advanced Algebra to US History to Spanish. Students thoroughly enjoyed Mr. Howard, the Crowell and Moring coordinator for the program, who entertained the crowd with his witty remarks. Stay-tuned for more inside looks into Law Firm Tutoring in the future!
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