Duquesne Law celebrates veterans with community partner
Veterans Clinic graduates and students and Duqeusne Law Adjunct Professor Daniel W. Kunz participated in "A Day of Honor" presented by Horses With Hope in September.
The nonprofit provides equine therapy to improve the physical, mental, emotional and social quality of life for the people in the Pittsburgh region with physical and behavioral health challenges. The event celebrated veterans and their families and allowed the public to learn about the positive effects of equine assisted therapy.
Dean Maureen Lally-Green joined the Veterans Clinic group for photo, as did actress Jennifer O'Neill, a supporter of the nonprofit. Featured here (L-R) is Mary C. McGinley, L'02; Kristen Kuron, L'18, former clinical student and manager; Michael Richardson, current student manager of the clinic; Dean Lally-Green, Thomas Babinsack, L'18, former clinical student and Kunz.
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