Student Representation Project
The Student Representation Project protects the rights of students across Michigan. We train law students and community members to represent public school students in expulsion hearings. We also organize and promote activities designed to challenge institutional threats to education opportunities for low-income children. The Student Representation Project also trains community members and law students to become good advocates and lawyers. Members of our organization become talented interviewers and oral advocates. They also develop zeal and cultural competence.To learn more about the Student Representation Project, please contact us via e-mail.
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