Student Spotlight: Mariah Mandy, 3L
Mariah Mandy, 3L, served as the pro bono student manager for the Duquesne School of Law Tribone Center during the 2019-2020 academic school year. While holding the student manager position, Mariah organized pro bono clinics, motivated students to complete pro bono hours, and spoke at continuing legal education courses.
In the future, Mariah plans to continue maximizing the impact of pro bono work in the Pittsburgh community and, eventually, establish her own pro bono clinic. "There are so many low-income litigants who are overwhelmed by the legal system," said Mariah, "and I think we, as members of the legal community, should do our part for those who are less fortunate."
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