CONTACT

If you have any questions or would like to join, please email us at amnestycore13@umich.edu

Outside of Amnesty:

Many students who go on to Law school got a start with volunteer groups in their undergrad. Once you become a lawyer, you are restricted to practicing in the jurisdictions where you pass the Bar examination, unlike with volunteer groups where you can travel and work in different communities. A Raleigh, NC divorce lawyer is not going to be able to practice family law outside of North Carolina without getting certified to practice law in those areas first.

On a similar note, if you want to practice different types of law, it is common for lawyers to specialize in different fields. If you work in Florida as a Jacksonville Injury Attorney, it wouldn't be unusual to also work with other personal injury clients. Make sure to explore plenty of options in your law education to see what subjects you might be interested in.

Volunteer organizations all over the world take part in volunteer projects that help benefit communities. Often times, this involves digging a well, building a bridge or even transporting industrial embroidery equipment to a new area for the local community to share. Many students find it very fulfilling to volunteer and give their time and effort to a greater cause.

University of Michigan students who are heading south for Spring break should book all their accommodations online ahead of time. Great deals on Miami rentals are available right now for your vacation. Look for the short term rental that is best for your South Florida vacation.

UPCOMING MEETINGS for FALL 2013

Join us every Monday at 8pm in the Parker Room on the second floor of the Michigan Union.

ABOUT AMNESTY

Welcome to the University of Michigan chapter of Amnesty International. We are a grassroots human rights organization dedicated to advocating for the extension of the rights detailed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.