California Western -- Child, Family, & Elder Law Society
Child, Family, & Elder Law Society
The purpose and mission of this organization is:
(a) To create a publicly visible atmosphere of education in order to increase, among law students as well as within the broader legal community, interest in and understanding of the law as it relates to children, families, and the elderly.
(b) To contribute to making the lives of children, families, and the elderly more enjoyable through community service.
(c) To connect and create networks with each other and with attorneys and other professionals in the fields of child, family, and elder law in order to assist our own professional development.
(d) To foster a sense of pride in being law students who pursue child, family, and elder law as an interest or career.
(e) To continually update our knowledge about internships, volunteer positions, and career opportunities in the fields of child, family, and elder law, both locally and nationally.
To give law students interested in child, family, and elder law a sense of personal ownership, commitment, and structure and a level of consistency from year to year that will support positive mental and professional growth.