Marshall Brennan Project

Marshall-Brennan Project helps students get the most out of law school

William Mitchell is the only law school in the region participating in the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, which sends law school students into local high schools to teach government classes.

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Read more about the Marshall-Brennan Project at William Mitchell

Since the project started at Mitchell in 2009, nearly 60 Mitchell students have participated as “fellows.”

Recently, some of Mitchell’s Marshall-Brennan Project Fellows alumni shared their views on the program, what they learned, and how it enhanced their law school experience.

 

To learn more about the program and how you can get involved, contact Mary Pat Byrn, associate dean for administration and director of the Marshall-Brennan Project, at MaryPat.Byrn@wmitchell.edu.

 

 

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The Marshall-Brennan Project is currently accepting applications to be a Marshall-Brenann Fellow in the fall.  Applications are due March 29, 2013.  For information on applying visit the website