Community Service Day October 30
In memory of long-time Franklin Pierce Law Center Professor and Clinical Director, Bruce E. Friedman, the Public Interest Coalition (PIC) organizes and sponsors Bruce Friedman Community Service Day, a day of service to which all in the UNH School of Law community are invited and encouraged to participate.
Bruce is remembered by colleagues as often saying, “Do good as you do well.” He believed strongly that lawyers have a duty to serve our communities by providing legal services to the indigent, and by volunteering our time.
Every fall, volunteers from UNH School of Law spend a Saturday morning working for Concord non-profit organizations such as Concord YMCA, Concord Library, Concord SPCA, Friends Emergency Housing Program, NH Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Salvation Army.
This year, Bruce Friedman Community Service Day will be held Saturday, October 30, 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Volunteers are asked to meet at Jan's desk by 9:00 a.m. that morning for bagels and coffee before heading to volunteer at local nonprofit organizations throughout Concord.
To participate, please sign up with PIC in the Jury Box during lunch the week of October 25. Friends and family are also welcome to participate.