Service Day 2010

WE HATE TO PRY: Michigan Law volunteers help with an Ypsilanti Habitat for Humanity project. Photo by Jared Wadley, U-M News Service.

Service Day 2010

STICKY SITUATION: Two volunteers help finish a wall in a Habitat for Humanity project in Ypsilanti. Photo by Jared Wadley, U-M News Service.

Service Day 2010

NOT OUT OF REACH: Students lather on stain at the Bryant Community Center.

Service Day 2010

THE COLOR OF LAW: A trellis at the Bryant Community Center gets a new coat of stain from one Michigan Law volunteer.

Service Day 2010

PADDLE TO THE METAL: Two Michigan Law volunteers help with shoreline cleanup at Metro Beach Metropark, near Mt. Clemens.

Service Day 2010

WILLOW, WEEP FOR ME: A giant willow tree is no match for this intrepid Michigan Law volunteer at Metro Beach.

Service Day 2010

DON'T FENCE ME IN: Don't let the saw trick you. These Michigan Law students are merely helping clear brush at Great Lakes Detroit.

Service Day 2010

HARVEST TIME: Michigan Law volunteers, clearing brush from a fenceline, reap what no one sowed at Great Lakes Detroit.

SERVICE DAY 2010: Students from around the world fanned out around the region September 2 for Service Day, one of the ways Michigan Law kicks off each academic year. Groups of incoming 1Ls joined faculty, staff, and some returning Michigan Law students to donate a day's labor to various area nonprofits. The work ranged from helping with a project for Habitat for Humanity to shoreline cleanup on Metro Detroit's far eastside. Photographers, including U-M News Service's Jared Wadley, helped capture the action.

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