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Student In Service Interview

The decisive moment of the Student In Service Award is fast approaching and I hope all of you will cast your final votes soon. Most of us at Vermont Law School know that one does not engage in public service with the hope of winning awards, but for giving back to our communities, rectifying a perceived wrong and helping construct the kind of societies we dream.  The chances are 14-1 that I will win, but if that be not the case, we have all won thus far.  I have learned a lot from the services of other students and gained extraordinary zeal from your support and words of encouragement.  Win or not, we never stop what we do in the interest of justice and global harmony.  I recently told a classmate that my new slogan is: if it is man-made we can fix it! That is the spirit of citizenship of the community and the world.  As one of you here at Vermont Law School, you have already shown that together we will face not only the challenges of law school, but also future issues that come our way.  Please click here to watch an interview with me on the Pulse Network TV.

Once again, I thank you and let’s bring the award home!

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One Comment

  1. danamay
    Posted March 16, 2011 at 3:50 pm | Permalink

    Awesome work, Joseph!


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