Trina Grillo Public Interest and Social Justice Retreat | March 12
All Caruso Law students are welcome to register for the 23rd Annual Trina Grillo Public Interest and Social Justice Retreat on Friday, March 12th. The retreat is named in honor of University of San Francisco Law Professor Trina Grillo who died in 1996 from Hodgkin's disease, a few days before her 48th birthday. Professor Grillo had a vision of pedagogy that recognized and celebrated difference when that notion was minimized and discarded. Using student collaboration, active learning, and student voices, she created a learning community where students who differed from other law students by way of class, race, gender, sexual orientation, or physical and cognitive processing abilities could thrive.
Registration may be found here.