Balancing the demands of Law School with personal relationships can be challenging. Join members of Parents Attending Law School (PALS) and the Association of Law Students and their Significant Others (ALSSO) to talk about ways that students can make time for their significant others and families while also achieving academic success and balance. This panel discussion is being held as part of the ongoing Wellness Wednesday series. Lunch will be provided. For more information, please contact Cerretta Amos at email@example.com.
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