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Student Hurricane Network

Law students working for justice in the Gulf Coast

Partner Schools

The Student Hurricane Network has had the privilege of working with students from schools all across the nation. These schools are listed below. If you do not see your school listed and would like to be involved, please contact Diana at dcsank [at] gmail.com

To access contact information about our liaisons at the schools listed below, please join the site and visit our Library. Each liaison serves as a contact person for students at their university and works with the national network to coordinate on campus events, disseminate information, and arrange student trips. This list was updated 2/3/08.

In addition, there are a few law schools that have started regional coalitions including a coalition in Illinois. Please see the Illinois contingent website at www.studenthurricanenetwork.org/illinois.

  • Akron - Lizzie Vollmer
  • Alabama - Tari D. Williams
  • Albany - Matrin Bonventure, Mae Nolan
  • American - Adnan Sultan, Charlene Gomes
  • Appalachian - Ron Diddle
  • Arizona - Greg Stoltz
  • Baltimore - Mahasin El-Amin, Rebecca Coletto
  • Barry University - Mark Hopson
  • Boston College - Krishnan Devidoss
  • Boston University - David Adams, Jonathan Anderman
  • Brooklyn - Kesav Wable
  • California - Davis-- Ji-Hyun Cho
  • California - Hastings-- Todd Daloz
  • California - Los Angeles-- Andy Boyle
  • Capital - Karen Osmond
  • Case Western Reserve - Susanne Townsend
  • Catholic - Sean Mahoney
  • Chapman - Patrick Hardy
  • Chicago - Carl Gismervig
  • Chicago-Kent - Alex Breland, Catie Heindel
  • Cincinnati - Michael Becher, Courtney Lewicy
  • City University of NY - Jonathan Stonebely
  • Cleveland State - Lindsey Kasprzak
  • Colorado - Maren Jaffee, Jessie Freer
  • Columbia - Parker Hutchinson
  • Connecticut - Gavan Meehan
  • Cornell - Jamie Rogers
  • Dayton - Richard Huff
  • Denver - Lisa Blattner
  • DePaul - Kayleigh Van Poolen
  • District of Columbia - Matthew Kozis
  • Drexel - Karen Pearlman, Amy Montemarano
  • Emory - Steve Weyer
  • Fordham - Hilary Exter
  • Franklin Pierce - Shay Zeller
  • George Washington - Terry Schoone-Jongen
  • Georgetown - Abby Fee, Yaamini Rao
  • Georgia - Lori Daigle
  • Harvard - Lee Branson, Mercedes Montagnes
  • Hofstra - Danielle Notaro
  • Howard - Jeremy Broussard
  • Idaho - Amanda Ulrich
  • Illinois - Jenny Carroll, Erica Sirota
  • Indiana - Bloomington - Jen Nagourney
  • John Marshall - Chicago - Ravi Sahota
  • John Marshall - Atlanta - Amber C. Saunders
  • Kansas - Brendan Fletcher
  • Laverne - Kristin Eisler
  • Lewis & Clark - Allison Reed
  • Louisiana State - Leslie Ziober
  • Louisville- Brandeis School of Law - Jen Schultz
  • Loyola - Chicago - Melissa Beckman
  • Loyola - Los Angeles - Marissa Kase
  • Loyola - New Orleans - Erica Garnet, Lauren Boudre, Pam Occhipinti
  • Marquette - Camille Monahan
  • Maryland - Alicia Welch
  • Miami - Dean Marni Lennon, Public Interest and Pro Bono
  • Michigan - Jake Weixler
  • Minnesota - Arian Pirayesh
  • Mississippi College-- Lorin Washington
  • Mississippi - Lyle Gravatt
  • Missouri - Columbia - Lauren Standlee
  • Nebraska - Sean Zehtab
  • Nevada - Las Vegas - Abigayle Farris-Dang
  • New Mexico - Carrie Martell, Heba Atwa
  • New York - Princetta Self
  • Northern Illinois - Desiree Matel-Anderson
  • Notre Dame - Kyle David Smith
  • Nova Southeastern - Palmer Calabrese
  • Oklahoma City - Kim Garelic
  • Oregon - Erin Fair
  • Pace - Malisa Chokshi
  • Pennsylvania - Khalili, Michael Boyle
  • Penn State - Dickinson - Lynn Long
  • Pepperdine - Carly McKeeman
  • Pittsburgh - Gina Mosely
  • Pontifical Catholic of Puerto Rico - Rosario Flores
  • Richmond - Ben Silbert
  • Roger Williams - Dawn Euer
  • Rutgers - Camden - Joseph John Console
  • Rutgers - Newark -Jessica Kitson
  • St. John's - Debra Smith
  • Saint Louis - Laura Hawk
  • St. Thomas (Minnesota) - Heidi Hovis
  • San Diego - Kristin Santerre
  • San Francisco - Liz Hallock
  • Seattle - Matt and Allison Milner
  • Southern University - Flora Powell, Ronnie Favors
  • Southen California - Christine Guillory, Elizabeth Gonzalez
  • South Texas - Karla LaFitte
  • Southwestern - Hildy Aguinaldo
  • Stanford
  • Stetson - Candice Bartholomew
  • Temple - Maureen Olives
  • Tennessee - Stevie Nicole Phillips
  • Texas - Jordan Haedicke, Paul DiBlasi
  • Texas Tech - Alex Eaker
  • Thomas Jefferson - Andrea Monk
  • Thomas M. Cooley - Tammy Allison
  • Toledo - Michael Bryant
  • Touro - Ray Malone
  • Tulane - Jonathan Belaga, Brian McGarry
  • Tulsa - Kiki Beets
  • Vanderbilt - Joy Royes
  • Vermont - Sam Riley Medlock
  • Villnova - Jen Herrmann
  • Virginia - Julia Pizzi
  • Washburn - Claire Terrebonne, Kelly Anders
  • Washington - Ashley Walker
  • Wayne State - Candace Kanka
  • Western New England - Josh Papapietro
  • Widener - Gabriela Arche de Smith
  • William and Mary - Jennifer Bacon
  • William Mitchell - Jay Stratton
  • Wisconsin - Iliana Castillo, Sai Lui
  • Yale - Ellie Sutton
  • Yeshiva - Cardozo - Daniel Forman
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Links

Trouble the Water

An award-winning film featuring a young couple living on the margins who survive the flooding of their city by any means necessary.

New Orleans 100

"The New Orleans 100" is a worldwide initiative that will highlight and encourage discussion among millions about 100 of the most innovative and world-changing ideas to take root in the city since Katrina. SHN is one of them!

Gulf Coast Civic Works Project

The Gulf Coast Civic Works Project is the national effort to pass HR 4048: The Gulf Coast Civic Works Act, which would create 100,000 jobs for Gulf Coast residents and evacuees to rebuild their communities.

Social Entrepeneurs of New Orleans (SENO)

SENO is comprised of an amazing group of New Orleas residents working in creative ways to renew and revitalize the city. Check out the social entrepreneur profiles and initiatives on their website.

NOLA YURP (Young Urban Rebuilding Professionals)

The NOLA YURP Initiative is about connecting, retaining and attracting the city's young workforce, but also an example of many different communities working together to solve a problem.

Pro Bono Legal Corps

The LA Bar Association and Equal Justice Works AmeriCorps legal fellows have volunteer opportunities available for law students.

probono.net

Website with resources for probono attorneys

LawHelp.org/la

Legal info for the public in Louisiana

LawHelp.org/ms

Legal info for the public in Mississippi

katrinalegalrelief.org

University of Mississippi Law's website for Katrina Legal Issues

Pro Bono and legal aid attorney resources - Pro Bono Net