W&M Wins "Legal Food Frenzy" Cup for Second Year in a Row

  • Alleviating Hunger in the Local Community
    Alleviating Hunger in the Local Community  Lacey Coppage J.D. '16, VBA Community Service Coordinator (left) and Graham Bryant J.D.'16, VBA Student Chapter President (second from right) teamed up with two Monroe Scholars from the undergrad campus to collect donations at Harris Teeter.  Photo courtesy of Graham Bryant J.D.' 16
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For the second year in a row, William & Mary Law School will take home the Attorney General’s Cup for law school giving after the Law School community donated $892 and 221 pounds of food to the annual “Legal Food Frenzy.”

The Frenzy is a statewide food drive that the Virginia Attorney General's office has organized every year since 2007. Awards are given for largest number of donations by organizations in multiple categories including law firms, governmental offices, and law schools.

The Law School’s contributions to the  alleviation of hunger were orchestrated by Lacey Coppage J.D. ’16 and Graham Bryant J.D. ’16 of the Virginia Bar Association Student Council.

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Thomas Jefferson founded William & Mary Law School in 1779 to train leaders for the new nation.  Now in its third century, America's oldest law school continues its historic mission of educating citizen lawyers who are prepared both to lead and to serve.